Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Camera Equipment

Quality images come from quality equipment. I personally use Canon cameras and Canon lenses. Some times you can have compatibility issues with your camera when using a different name brand lens. There are many types of cameras on the market. You can spend many hours reading who is the best. I chose Canon for my own reasons.

The following link is a site that test many brand name cameras. The site provides you with a well in depth review of the cameras along with the pros and cons. It also has user feedback, lens reviews, camera database and much more.

http://www.dpreview.com/


When you decide the brand of camera you will use in your business. I would suggest buying the best you can afford and you will not regret it. If you buy a quality camera and a cheap lens, soon you will see the disadvantages of the lower quality lens. Now you have to sell the lens at a lower price than you paid, if you can find some one to sell it to! Buy the better lens loosing time and money in the learning process.
When purchasing new equipment on line you will see great deals. Low prices from dealers you have never heard of. Keep that in mind! Never heard of. If you have a problem when you get it, will you ever hear from them again? When you purchase your equipment from a big name camera store, they will be around when you need them.
B&H Photo is one of the largest camera equipment companies. B&H Photo is where most professional photographers get their gear.



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