What is the best camera for photography?

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Asked Mar 26, 2016
Best camera term depends on upon your types of photography you are going to take. Normally for wedding, Canon 5D,Nikon D750,Nikon Df and Fuji X-T1 etc are the best choice. I have a friend who is a photographer from "Jon-Mark Photography" and he using specific types of camera for a specific need.
Answered Nov 07, 2016
nikon, canon, sony are the best cameras they have good quality to capture photos and angle.
For the best wedding photography you can use 50 mm lens. by which the quality of photos would be attracted. and In wedding photography the photos can be shoot both indoor and outdoor, and it’s not only about lens , for the wedding the style of shooting is must good.
you must decide the great place for shoot . there is a good place for wedding shooting is san diego . wedding photography in san diego is the best option .you should go there and shoot.

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Answered Apr 19, 2019
For an entry level photographer professional Nikon D5300 With AF-P 18-55mm VR Lens is the best option for photography. Though the Nikon D5300 is not exactly new and has been around for some time, still it is one of the better DSLRs in this price. The camera has a 24.2-megapixel sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor. It packs 39-autofocus points which ensure it focuses quickly. Also it provides a big lift up in image quality from a compact camera, more manual control, the replaceable and changeable lenses to tackle a huge variety of projects. Rather this, if your budget is low lower end cameras would also work great like Canon 500D, Rebel T1i etc.

Nikon D5300 Specification and Best Price
Sensor: APS-C CMOS | Megapixels: 24.2 | Lens mount: Nikon DX | Display: 3.2-inch articulating, 1,037,000 dots | Continuous shooting speed: 5fps | Max video resolution: 1080p
Answered May 15, 2019

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