Started by Bus 503, December 22, 2015, 08:22:02 pm
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Quote from: #Domelight Drew on December 23, 2015, 09:30:22 amPersonally.....id save up a but more and go for an entry level SLR such as the canon EOS1200D.....theys about $400 new i think, theyre basic but youll achieve much better results overall. Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
Quote from: Busfanatic101 on December 23, 2015, 10:34:01 amBus 503, I just bought myself another camera (still slowly making its way through melbourne... Christmas shipping slowness), so there. You can get some pretty decent bridge cameras (which fill the gap between compact and DSLR) for that price. They offer the level of control close to a DSLR. While image quality is lower than what you'd get from a DSLR, you still get some pretty decent results, more than good enough for the majority of people. I wouldn't go for a DSLR until you are certain that you really want to get into proper photography.I guess the question is what you want from your camera. Are you the sort of person who like having full control over your camera and adjusting settings or would you just photograph on auto mode? What sort of things would you be photographing mostly?Btw, those photos are pretty good, I wouldn't have known they had come out of an ipad
Quote from: Bus 503 on December 23, 2015, 11:53:11 amI only want a camera which is better then my iPad, and can take night photos.The sort of things I'd be photographing would be buses, nature, beaches - that kind of thing.
Quote from: Busfanatic101 on December 23, 2015, 12:59:06 pmThat is a pretty broad and general range of photography, without any specific features that you would need to look for. If it is going to be spending lots of time at the beach with the risk of coming into contact with water and sand, you may need to consider those waterproof weatherproof cameras. Otherwise, both Nikon and Canon at least make nice cameras, although you won't be able to get the better cameras with your budget. Remember, a tripod is crucial if you are considering night photography
Quote from: Busfanatic101 on December 23, 2015, 12:59:06 pmRemember, a tripod is crucial if you are considering night photography