CHOOSING A CAMERA.
You’re going travelling and you need a camera. Or, you just need a camera for any situation, including travel. Possibly. Hopefully…
Ok, i’m getting distracted. let’s start again.
You’re interested in photography and you’re looking for a camera. You find out, very quickly, that camera’s are damn expensive. You glance between the entry-level, mid-range, semi-pro and pro options and you decide to take up scrapbooking instead.
It’s so easy to get down about the price of camera’s but don’t let it dissuade you. Camera’s last for years and will provide you with so many magical memories. And let me tell you something, the difference between a $500 camera and a $1500 camera is often the person behind the lens. And besides, do you need a brand new camera?
Thankfully, photographers are the kind of people that actually look after their equipment and you can score really great deals on second hand camera’s from places like KEH Camera.
I’m not going to tell you what camera to get in this article because I know nothing about your budget and your needs. But I will tell you to get one.
Mirrorless or a DSLR, Canon or Nikon – the option is yours. But if you are serious then would suggest getting something that feels a little more durable than your regular point and shoot.