There’s nothing that will stop technology from evolving. The line from professional to amateur photography gears and equipment begun to blur out. As a matter of fact, some of the Point-and-Shoot cameras have nearly reached the level of quality that DSLRs can generate.
As for everyday photographer or hobbyist, the question is, which equipment to get? Should you go for DSLRs or Point-and-Shoot?
Generally speaking, DSLRs have interchangeable lenses.
Because of this capability, cameras are oftentimes the go-to option of professional photographers who have plenty of lenses on their arsenal. DSLR stands for Digital Single-Lens Reflex camera.
It is combining the mechanisms of SLR or film camera and optics with digital image sensor. DSLRs are totally customizable and carry tons of amazing features. With this, it enables photographers to manipulate the capability of the camera to shoot a certain scene, which then affects the result of the image.