Best DSLR for Beginners

by Staff April 12, 2016 at 3:53 am

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  1. Thank you for this video. So as of now, would you still recommend the Canon Rebel ros T3? I really need help on a starter DSLR and the Canon 6D is too much for my first camera, right? Thank you.

  2. hello..I'm looking for a camera to shoot my covers on youtube..I'm a musician so I want something with good quality sound and good picture..I don't want to buy a video camera. I also want a camera with an input for mic. can you suggest me a dslr camera around 400-500£ ? I hope you answer bcz I have no idea about any cameras and I really need a good advice. .thank you so much anyway :)

  3. It seems that you are trying to associate the sensor size with the number of pixels the sensor has, which is not correct.

    you also said that less ISO corresponds to more sensitivity but that is not true either..

    The lower the ISO number, the less sensitive the device would be to light

  4. I need some help. I want a cheap DSLR for around no more than £300. I'm planning to use it mainly for car shows! The things I would like it to do: High resolution photos, good lighting and details on the cars, easy ways to change things like Aperture and shutter speed and focus and etc. Please can someone help? Thanks in advance!

  5. I borrowed a Pentax DSLR, and it was the 700 I think–can't remember. I do remember that I was able to shoot some good images with it. I believe I will probably acquire a Canon or a Pentax when I buy my first DSLR camera. I'm using a Canon Elph 150 IS to take photos for stock photo purposes and it allows me to take some very clear and decent photos, but I plan to upgrade to a D SLR sometime coming up when I get ready for that.

  6. hello,sorry i need your help.Which is better and should i buy? canon 100d,nikon d3300 or pentax k500? especially for the quality of the images .I'm so confused!Thanks some much!

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