DSLR camera buying advice

Buying your first DSLR camera guide and advice.

Want to know what the best DSLR is?

What camera should I buy is the single most asked question I get.

With so many cameras on the market at all prices, its an impossible question to answer, and even if I could answer, it would be completely irrelevant.
Watch the video for the best advice anyone can give you when looking to purchase your first DSLR camera.

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    Oronno Sadequr Rahman June 23, 2016 at 4:35 pm

    thank you

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    Vishus verma June 23, 2016 at 5:04 pm

    I have just become a father and i want to capture some of life's most beautiful and precious moments like the 1second eye contact of my baby daughter or her smile or her hands fingers etc… I need a camera that is amazingly fast at taking photos for those quick moments where i can beautifully capture and freeze time in a photo. What would u recommend if i wanted to buy a camera that would take instant and beautiful pics?
    Thanx in advance

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    Trishuli Unplugged June 23, 2016 at 5:14 pm

    Plzz help me . I want a dslr for music vdo and weeding photography! Which camera is best for that!!! Cannon 7d 0r 5d

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    vishwas meti June 23, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    good advice! I like how you compared it to shoes. I believe it makes sense. It all boils down to what you feel is good for you!! Keep it up mate :)

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    akhil pillai June 23, 2016 at 6:15 pm

    I like photography… nd I think I should upgrade to pro camera from smartphone…which camera should I buy…?

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    JAYLEW June 23, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    You're so cute!!!!!!! I wanna brush your silky beard :3

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    CodyOsburn June 23, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    HELP!!! I'm currently looking for a camera so that I can start getting into videography. I'll be filming cars for most of the videos in a wide range of lighting conditions and locations and need a camera that will accommodate substantial amounts of wide open scenery as well as one that will do up close detailed clips. Most importantly it needs to be able to take good dynamic shots of cars driving and one that can get good slo motion shots. Any advice? Should I get a DSLR or camcorder? I'm currently looking at the GH4, A7S, and 60D. Are these good choices for my needs?

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    goofy18tilidie June 23, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    The BEST answer I've heard ! Thanks mate! 🙂 

    I wanna start off with a DSLR – found the Nikon 5300 to suit my liking and budget – thoughts?

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    camerazamara June 23, 2016 at 8:27 pm

    I hear that Cannon has one of the widest selection of lenses to be found. I just happened to start with Nikon because I got a deal on it.

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    Matty.C Videos June 23, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    Just starting (studio) photography. First of all, is the Nikon D5200 a good camera for this, and if so, what are the best in budget Nikkor lenses? I've used bridge and point-and-shoot cameras, so do you think this camera is a good first DSLR for me? If not, what are some other entry level Nikon or Canon DSLRs. -Thank you for this video!

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    Joemel Vito June 23, 2016 at 9:40 pm

    i buy canon 7d last week is it still out in the market is there a clone camera of canon..what is better i think if i change it to 60d or the 6d but i dont know..i buy macro lens 28 to 105 mm usm and 100 to 300 tlephotolens 32db memory and for 1750 dollar is it worth it? pls answer

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    Dr Happy Life Counselling DMIT Vashi Kharghar June 23, 2016 at 10:31 pm

    please help me..

    i lost my nikon d7100 with 18-105 lens ( got stolen)

    i want to buy a new dslr and lens.. my total budget is around 2500 dollars

    i currently own the following lenses- 50mm 1.8D , tamron 90mm macro , 35mm 1.8g dx

    i also own elinchrom lights kit frx 400 , 3 third party speedlights, stands, umbrella etc

    my type of photography is table top products , food, studio/ natural portraits/candids.  i dont do events or weddings

    please help me which dslr and lens to buy in my budget… $2500

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    Ronny Maharaj June 23, 2016 at 10:52 pm

    You are comparing a camera to shoes…. That's like comparing apples and oranges

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    Ronny Maharaj June 23, 2016 at 11:29 pm

    Do yourself a favor, please dont upload anymore vids…

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    Prashant Kamat June 23, 2016 at 11:59 pm

    That is truely the most nicest and unbiased opinion and advice i came across ever. Thankyou so much fir this video.

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    Chadeverythingcustom June 24, 2016 at 12:24 am

    Really wasn't very useful. All you said was does it feel good lol. Like as a consumer I want to know from a professional what are things I should look for in a good camera. And things to look out for in a bad camera.. What makes a good camera a good camera. All cameras are going to feel pretty much the same to someone who has never held one before. 

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    Jaruco03 June 24, 2016 at 12:29 am

    I bet his intentions are good but this advice of just see what you feel comfortable with on your hands is complete nonsense. The first thing you have to do before buying a camera, a pair of shoes or anything is to read reviews about what you are buying…. there are a tons of bad cameras out there with extremely big problems from black photos to sensor issues….  Most DSLR will feel the same way on your hands, some are smaller than others some weight more but they are all ergonomic and have almost the same shape.  More important than that.. what you need to make sure you are getting the most stuff for your money. Some cameras are incredible expensive but when you look at cheaper models you will find out that the picture quality is almost the same and that the price increase is because of some obscure feature that you will never use.  You have to ask yourself some questions like. Where I am going to use the camera? on river trips? rain forest or in a studio or city? if you are going to go hiking or canoeing there are some dslrs that are water sealed. Are you going to take pictures of sports? or fast moving objects then you need to look at the  Shutter speed of the camera some are slower than others.  It is not as complicated as it sound just do a bit of research and you are good to go. I am sorry if I sounded rude but the reality is you cant judge a camera just by going to the store and test it…  

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    FIDEL RAMOS June 24, 2016 at 12:35 am

    this is a mind opener, thanks I will consider your useful and friendly advise

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    Coldkeyz Music June 24, 2016 at 1:21 am

    THANK YOUUUU!!! Confusion alleviated 

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