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| p.3 #13 · Honest discussion:What gear do you really need for any job? |
I haven't really run into anything I can't do with a D300, 17-55, 80-200, 300f/4, 50f/1.8 and 12-24f/4... all older generational stuff, but very capable for a wide variety of stuff. Oh, and a few strobes, don't have to be fancy, with radio triggers and reflectors or softboxes, if you want to get into off-camera lighting. I don't do much "lighting" since I shoot more photojournalism style, but it can be done fairly cheaply to get started.
Full frame is where everyone is heading, but it's not required for doing jobs by any means. It's always the brain behind the camera that matters most.
I feel the same about the D7000, 50mm f1.8 AF and 4 manual focus lens.
In MY opinion, the only way crop body goes away is purchasers with GAS being convinced they need it. I prefer crop, I love the magnification,
I will be crop until the last used crop body is gone!
I love NAS, but, I am realistic first.