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Priorities When Buying a Camera and its Accessories

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On October - 6 - 2015

Priorities When Buying a Camera

Priorities When Buying a Camera



Being new to photography means being excited in buying new lenses, flash, and the endless additional camera accessories. But before you splurge, it’s best you understand the priorities and which are must-buys. Here is oneslidephotography.com’s version of priorities in order:

1. Camera Body
Of course, since without it, there’s no buying anything else.

2. Lens
At the least, if you’re buying a lens for the first time, buy an all-around zoom lens. This lens can take pictures in both wide angles and telephoto shots. The all-around zoom lens comes in different varieties such as the 18-200 mm, the 18-135 mm, and the 28-135 mm. This is a very flexible lens for everyday use. It’ll be a hassle to start out with a lens that’s only wide or only tele. Read the rest of this entry »

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