I am often asked about the “best” camera or equipment to buy and my answer has always been, “it depends”. Depends on a multitude of factors- your budget, your need for convenience, compactness, the need to override settings, etc. Since it is difficult to have one singular recommendation, I have made some very broad assumptions and divided photographers into three categories.

You are a minimalist if:

Click here to see what I recommend for you. You may also want to read my Learn from a Boring Flower Vase post. It will give you an idea about what you can expect if you start carrying a small camera around.

You are an enthusiast if:

Click here to see what I recommend for you. You may also want to read my Learn from a Boring Flower Vase post. It will give you an idea about what you can expect if you start understanding camera settings, use a better sensor and a bigger lens can do for you.

You are a semi-professional or an advanced amateur if:

Click here to see what I recommend for you. You may also want to read my Learn from a Boring Flower Vase post about the differences between various camera formats available today and the advantages of each.

 

 

November 29, 2016

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