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Buy the cheapest camera you can find! - Any good?

10/29/2021 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

This is not a review of a specific camera model. This is a video about not needing the latest and greatest gear. You hear Mattias Burling say it over and over, "Gear doesn't matter!". Any old camera will do the job as long as YOU know how to do the job.

And yes, he paid even less for my full-frame Canon 5D and Sigma DP1. But that's not the point. The difference between those cameras, this, and all the others he has tested is rather negligible. All of them can deliver nice-looking images. The rest is up to me.

But the main point is for people contacting me after every cheap camera review he makes, complaining that they can't find one. When in fact.. what for it... it doesn't matter. 

The point of my old camera reviews and 5 reasons videos is to show that they are all good. You can't go wrong. This camera is the oldest "amateur" camera they ever made. said  Mattias Burling -
So if you can't find one, buy what you can find. If its made in the last 20 years you will be fine.

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About Mattias Burling:

Indy Filmmaking, Smartphones, Cameras, Gadgets. Unboxings, Reviews, Demos and Tutorials. I always try to keep the budget low and the quality high. Let's Get Connected: Twitter | Instagram | You can support his channel by becoming a member here

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Jim Photoman said...

For my everyday work I use my Nikon D3000 and D3200. For my close-up photography I use my D40. If one of my cameras dies before I do, I plan on buying a used, entry level, Nikon, DSLR. I agree that you don't need the latest, most expensive camera to take great photos.