Camera recommendations after Nikon D3300 & D3400.?

I want to move forward eventually from my two Nikon cameras. Looking for suggestions to move forward from my beginner DLSRs. What would you recommend.

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  • keerok
    Lv 7
    3 years ago
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    Both the D3300 and D3400 are entry-level dSLRs. There's no way but up from them. If you want to simply improve on megapixels, buy the next D3XXX that comes up. If you yearn to have more substance in your shooting experience, buy from at least the next higher class, the D7XXX series. Don't be fooled with the D5XXX. All you'll gain is an articulated LCD. Everything else is practically the same with your old cameras. If you want a major step-up, go full-frame. You may have to replace all your lenses going this route. The ultimate upgrade is when you buy a medium format dSLR like the Hasselblad.

  • qrk
    Lv 7
    3 years ago

    I would go with something in the D7000 series or the D500. Both these models have a focus motor which allows using older lenses. The D5000 and D3000 series can only use AF-S lenses (focus motors in the lens). This may not be important to you. If you stay with a crop sensor camera and are serious about the craft, get the D500. It's a brilliant camera. Or, move to full-frame. The D750 is cheaper than the D500, but you need lenses that are meant for full-frame.

  • 3 years ago

    Can't recommend a specific model until you tell me what types of photography you do or want to do. I also need to know what is it about the D3xxx series that isn't allowing you to get the types of shots that you want. You also need to state a budget.

    If you go with the D7500 or D500, then you're likely to not need to upgrade for many, many years. Yes, they're more money now, but when you start adding up the cost of upgrading, then it makes more sense to spend more today so that you end up spending less over the next few years.

  • 3 years ago

    The one they used in that one porno

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