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Should you Upgrade Your Camera First or your Lens?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 4 - 2017

Camera or lens first for upgrade

Camera or lens first for upgrade



As a photographer progressing in your craft, there must come a time when you’re faced with a dilemma; which should be a priority, a camera or a lens upgrade? Neither has a specific standard which is more of a priority; what you need to find out is which of the two do you really need at the moment. To help weigh your priorities, here are some important points you need to consider before your upgrade your camera body or your lens. Read the rest of this entry »

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