Filip asked in Consumer ElectronicsCameras · 6 months ago

Should I buy a camera, first ever (canon eos 2000d)?

3 Answers

  • 6 months ago

    Depends on what you are going to use it for.

    Look at reviews, do a bit of research get an idea the pros and cons etc.

    Then go to a camera shop that stocks this (or similar canon) and ask to try it out - don't be afraid to ask. Even rent 1 out for a couple days, there's plenty of websites/stores that do this.

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  • 6 months ago

    How can we answer that? What are you wanting from photography? Are you going to make a SERIOUS effort to READ AND STUDY the camera owner's manual and some of the endless tutorials on YouTube and other sources to teach you to use the camera properly? Are you thinking you can just put it in Auto mode and have "professional" looking photos... (a tip... you will NOT). Also, if you do seriously pursue good photography with a good camera, then it is often just a drop in the bucket as concerns cost. Lenses, flashes, lighting equipment, filters, software... it can go on and on. A DSLR purchase should always be considered as only a small starting point if you are serious about photography. If you do not feel you have that level of commitment, then stick with some type of point and shoot or bridge camera.

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    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    it seems like a good and not too pricy of a first camera

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