Camera Buyer Guide

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Still a work in progress.  Last Updated on August 18, 2017 –

First thing is first, with all higher end camera bodies, if you think you need one, you don’t need a guide like this.  So if you want an item that sells for over $2000, you know you need it.  If you need a buyers guide like this, you don’t need one of these cameras.  Even if you had unlimited money, the Nikon D5, Canon 1D, and Sony A9, are very specialized and designed for either high burst rate (sports) or extremely harsh environments.

DSLR Cameras- (alternative, buy 1-2 models older than the latest)

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