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I'm sure you guys get this question all the time, so apologies in advance. But what's a decent camera I can get for under 400? Under 300 would be even better but I know that's asking a lot.

I'm buying it mainly to looksmax my online dating profiles, so I'll mostly be taking pictures outside during the daytime.

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>>3768474
It would probably be cheapest to just rent one. That said, it's a low res application and the reason people look better on professional portraits has little to do with the camera and much to do with the perspective and lighting. 50mm is popular for portraits on crop cameras because the distance you need from the subject is ideal. Look up perspective distortion. Pic related, his look changes because with the longer lens the photo is taken from afar. If you took the pic from the same distance as the 800mm one with a 15mm lens and had enough resolution, cropping it to achieve the same framing would look virtually identical. Selfies are unflattering not because of the camera itself but because of your distance to it.
>>3768489
60D. Flippy screen for selfies and it uses SD cards. CF memory means the 7D is much more expensive than it appears.
I bought a 128GB card for my camera on Black Friday sale, 110 bucks. It's highway robbery. That's more expensive than a 1TB SSD.
The 7D offers some pro body niceties but it lacks a lot of tech in comparison. The 60D you can focus using the touchscreen.
7D has advantages if you use the viewfinder a lot and if you shoot action/sports a lot (faster continuous shooting and more AF points).
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>>3768947
Forgot pic
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>>3768947
It. Refuses to upload the
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>>3768949
Wow I can't believe it actually went through, the browser had hanged on me.
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>>3768474
Buy a film camera

: )

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photo threads/trannies/fuji users to the front page!
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>>3766596
heh
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bump for photography
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foto bump
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fuck your white borders you wont fool me with this basic psychological trick

You know the drill. Post your gram, but you have to review others.
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>>3768459
What's the point in this negativity.

I don't care for this persons photography whatsoever but you don't need to shit on them. Be constructive at the very least. The community on this board is so trash.
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>>3769164
>what's the point in this negativity
>the community on this board is so trash
Hey, you fit right in!
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>>3769164
back to rebbit where everyone is forced to be nice to each other
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>>3769165
>>3769209
based
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>>3769209
>>3769228

I didn't say you HAVE to be overly nice but at least don't be an obnoxious kid who's just putting down for no other reason than to put down.

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>>3769276
That's not what's making the scene "warm".

I'm beginning to suspect that you just trot out words that you've seen other people use in an effort to sound smart. You know how to spell the words, you just don't know what they mean.

"How do I get this look?"

"UHHH PORTRA! PUSHED? FILTER! SOOC! DIGITAL....? MAYBE YOU SHOULD TRIPOD IT. THIS DEFINITELY LOOKS LIKE IT WAS RUN THROUGH A DEVELOPER"
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>>3769277
You sound mad anon
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>>3769283
>u mad bro
ah, the last stand of the retard. good luck, bro. nice hill to die on.
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>>3769286
>You know how to spell the words, you just don't know what they mean.
n-nno. The only way you can get photography like this is spending hours in lightroom. yeah. that's the only possible way.

t. anon who probably doesn't even own a camera.
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>>3769312
I didn't say anything about lightroom. I said this was a filter app on his phone.

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what sort of camera was this picture taken on? dslr? mirrorless? analog? point n shoot? phone? medium format? 1/2.5"?
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the one you have with you
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>>3769273
Definitely digital considering how sterile it looks especially the lights
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>>3769273
Something sony based on blown highlights of car lights.
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>>3769273
It's definitely digital. Whether DSLR or mirrorless, I couldn't say.

I would hedge a bet that:
1. This was taken with the use of a tripod.
2. The shutter speed was literally a few seconds long
3. The ISO was likely high, however, I suspect this was highly doctored in post-processing though both noise filtering as well as probably someone manually spending the time going through the picture and removing noise in any way possible. (Except they missed the noise in the car windows).
4. There's a high likelihood that this image was taken a few times, and then digitally compiled in post.

Jip M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400mm f/4.5 TC1.25X IS PRO Lens

1875g
$7,499.95
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>>3769166
Ah yes, you're right. After all, nothing people might want to photograph ever moves.
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>>3769166
Stop shifting the goalposts mftnigger.
>utterly falls apart with even basic pushing/pulling
It clearly shows which one falls apart in an underexposed scenario. Which is exactly where it would happen.
>it can do 1/20s @ 2000m
IBIS isnt going to work well at 2000mm
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>>3769166
ayy lmao
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>>3769166
I mean... I attempted using 12,600 ISO in both ok lit rooms and dark rooms and well...
It's all about Signal to Noise Ratio.
This is probably exactly how wildlife photographers get good results out of ISO 6,400, because what they're focusing on is a bright, well exposed, well defined subject. The bokeh has the noise, and ultimately, no one really cares about the bokeh in wildlife photos.

I actually spent a good while looking in depth at the kind of noise I saw in photos on news websites and the like. And it's a lot of noise, yet no one seems to give a fuck, as long as you can make out what you can see in the picture.

Ultimately, the main arguments against MFT are proposed by people who have probably never shot MFT, or if they do, is likely from experience with an entry-mid range Lumix G or PEN-E camera, which probably didn't have an EVF.
Are there instances in which I kinda wish I had access to Full Frame or some kind of APS crop? Yeah, but that's like... taking pictures of the full moon illuminating the clouds, or high shutter speed requirements, like taking a boat trip in the evening.

Plus, many of the "limitations" of MFT are either easily fixed by sensor shift, or getting a $40 gorilapod. Plus, almost all of the telephoto lenses have optical stabilisation.
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>>3769172
>>3769247
>>3769264
>>3769284

You might wish to check the thread before being dumb: >>3766461

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I took this recently and some feedback would be appreciated. Also post pictures of animals you taken and some tips to improve.
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>>3768076
Still, very cool snek.
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That little tosser is very cuddly
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>>3768402
Lovely birb.
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>>3769171
hell yeah, have some more.
I only ever shot 3 birbs, but I absolutely adore them.

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been a hot minute /p/, im gonna dump some lowlight portraits ive taken and the usual night shots i do

Anyways, feel free to post your lowlight shots here too

Also, if anyone wants the RAW file to any of these pics to edit and mess around with, just tell me which one and ill upload a link for ya

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>>3766261
thanks dude
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Good to see you around!

Super awesome processing on these, specially these:

>>3760043
>>3760061
>>3760063
>>3760066
>>3760069


>>3760048
This 105mm is fucking dreamy, damn

>>3760063

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>>3767060
i like this, it has a lot of potential for vaporwave editing

>>3767780
thanks man i really appreciate it, yeah that 105mm is out of this world good, someone here in casper was selling it brand new for $400 and basically didnt know what they were selling
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>>3760040
this is a blackout that happened in my city

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It's fall you fuckers post some fuckin leafs

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>>3766589

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God what a beautiful board this is
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Is this camera shit? canon eos rebel t6
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>>3768871
>Nice camera body, throw away the lens, and buy something good or at least better. This may be a good camera body but the lens is basically a worthless piece of junk. Even with all of the best settings the image quality is poor at best, lacking in sharpness and clarity and the depth of field is severely compromised at any F stop setting.
If I had thought that Canon would ever have put its name on such a low quality lens, I would not have bought this camera.
If you want a Canon body for interchangeable lens just buy the body separately. Or just throw away the kit lens and buy a better on to start.There is no point in wasting your time trying to get sharp images with this lens.
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>>3768881
Who the fuck said that?
The lens is decent for what it is. I've used it myself.

>>3768871
Is it >the one you have with you?
If so, it's not great but if you need to ask then the camera isn't limiting you.
If you're looking to buy one, buy a model ending in "i" instead.
Like the T5i. They're usually much better all around. And if your budget allows you to get a 60D or 70D you're playing in the major leagues for crop Canons.
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>>3768881
I can 2nd this. The camera is fine, but that 18-55 is a hateful piece of garbage.
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>>3768871
You're about to buy it new with lens for $400?
Right now the T7 with lens and some accessories is available for the same money, brand new.
Or an used 60D for about 340 from KEH, you have to get a lens for it but if you buy used you can get a nice one.
Buying a fixed screen Rebel in 2020 is just dumb. It has made no sense ever since the T3i came out.
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>>3768871
Buy a used 7D or 60D (same sensor) and a different lens. Or step up to something with Canon's 24mp sensor (the one in the 80D).

The sensor is good in good light, not so great in low light. I shot with a 7D for years and thought it was great for larger prints (16x20 and 20x30) from ISO 100-800 but never cared much for 1600 and 3200. That said at ISO 3200 it can do a fine 8x10.

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>the worse the ergonomics of your camera, the easier it is to smuggle in your ass
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>>3768610
>new snoy
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>>3768610
god tier photography, one step before shoe boxing.

Not Dead

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get this fucking onions cartoon faggot shit out of here

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post ur snaps from old, obsolete, or just grubby digicams

The following are tolerated and encouraged:
-sandpaper fruit loops noise
-no dynamic range
-artifacting
-glitches from dying A/D converter

don't worry about resizing, you can get fast download speeds in the middle of the fucking amazon jungles these days. let's see that

bonus points for ridiculous gear

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Kodak EasyShare C143
Automated External Defibrillator on Church wall

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taking pictures in 2020, cuz why not

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Anything can be a subject if you need it to.

I'm so glad I have a gorillapod now, because the image stabalisation on this thing sucks utter ass.

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>>3747232
Some vivitar shit from like 10 years ago. It was the cheapest digital camera I could find at walmart at the time. Internal storage only, not even a slot for an SD card. Makes every photo look spooky

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>>3769068
I quite like it. It's almost an example of Pictorialism.

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rate my cleanup of a photo of my dad and great grandfather.

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>>3768744
nice! but you should keep the sepia tones.
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This kid is the same person as the old man.
https://www.loc.gov/resource/nclc.01108/
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>>3768743
>>3768744
Nice work. Only you forgot to give him his ear back.

Are sony cameras really as bad as everyone here says? Should I just get a fuji instead?

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Anyone here know the best hybrid for photo and video? I'm coming from GH5 as was only video before.

Looking at the S1, XT-4 or A7III
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>>3768983
A7iii all day, every day.
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>>3768986
Working in the wedding industry if IBIS wasn't important for me for video then the A7III would be an absolute no brainer. I'm 80% video and 20% photo.
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>>3768991
>>3768983
As much as I love Fuji and the X-T4 really is a beast of a camera there are still some issues mainly revolving to the amounts of available lenses.
It's definitely the best hybrid in that list but towards the video side the Snoy and Panasonic might be better.
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>>3768983
A7sIII is the best photo/video hybrid without even considering lens availability. The AF in video is ridiculous. Do you need more than 12mp? Most people want more than 12mp, myself included. In which case the A7iii is the best on that list for its AF, and lens availability from the most expensive options down to super budget options.

Also the A7c has better AF than the A7iii as its 4th gen. People get upset when you even say A7c however.

Maybe the Canon R6 is also one to consider? 10-bit 4K 60 iirc. Not sure on the quality. Check reviews. I think the AF is more updated too over third gen Sony. Less lens availability.

iirc Sony 4th gen and Canon are at similar levels, then there is a power gap, then Sony 3rd gen, then a power gap, then everybody else.




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