- Sep 13, 2019
- NW Ohio & Sri Lanka
CAMERA FI..Ok lets show us those fancy high end cameras you all are having/using..I will start off with just a few of my way to many cameras..
I like all of the Sony RX cameras, but especially the RX100 series, because they are pocketable. The RX10 Mark IV is an incredible powerhouse though,I really like the versatility and quality of the Sony RX10 cameras. Great value camera
Dang! I suddenly feel rather inadequate, having only my original Canon 7D at my disposal. Very nice set of cameras!
I have that green ring 400 DO as well Is that version I or II? I've owned almost all Canon EF lenses, but sold almost all of them (in fact, just sold 800/5.6L). In nowadays mirrorless age, EF setups are just too unwieldy. I've switched over to m4/3 system, much easy to carry without too much compromise. Sad to see Olympus sinking Sony makes good cameras, but the lens' sizes and weights still turn me away.CAMERA FI..Ok lets show us those fancy high end cameras you all are having/using..I will start off with just a few of my way to many cameras..
Contrary to what most of the shills on youtube would lead you to believe, there is little difference in image quality among cameras. They're so good now that whatever differences you see or you think you see are completely irrelevant.I've been wanting to get into photography for a while, but I've had a hard time justifying jumping in without knowing much about it. I've finally started to do some research on the gear, but finding an actual guide to all the minutia has been difficult. Does anyone know a good guide or youtube channel or something that can get me started on the basics? Understanding features of the cameras, lingo, post processing, formats, etc. I've looked into some guide channels on youtube, but a lot of them assume you have some understanding already.
Also, is it wise to jump right into the mid tier of camera bodies? I feel like there's a risk of spending too much money working your way up, so I'm looking to jump right in at the Sony A7 III. It seems to be fairly newbie friendly, with a number of higher end features. The lens I've got my eye on at the moment is Sony's 28mm f2, as it looks to be pretty well-regarded among budget lenses.