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Nikon D7200

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Review Date: Mar 19, 2020 Recommend? yes | Price paid: Not Indicated

 
Pros: few extra features like nef and onboard wifi along with the extra exposure stop
Cons:
none

I purchased a D3300 for my girlfriend for her birthday. I purchased a D7100 used for myself after seeing the quality of her pictures. I was impressed with the features of the 7100 and am a rookie so there was a medium learning curve. I then purchased a D7200 after 3 months new because I wanted the few extra features like nef and onboard wifi along with the extra exposure stop. After 6 months of using both cameras I'm taking pictures everyone oh and ah's about. I'm basically a landscape and macro addict except the new grandbaby has made me improve my skills in people photography.. I love the fact that the D7200 is compatible with lenses in the legacy category. The only complaint I have is the camera's sensor is so good that believe it or not that sometimes can cause problems because of tile cleaning and sealing perth
rookies lack of understanding of how a quality sensor works compared to a cheaper or less dense pixel sensor. So I guess there are no real complaints. LOL If you just want to take snapshots I recommend a D3000 series or D5000 series. If you want to be truly serious and become a creative photographer or take extremely complicated hdr images this camera can take you as far as you want to go. Also they are a bargain price wise since the introduction of the D7500


 
Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM

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Review Date: Mar 12, 2020 Recommend? yes | Price paid: Not Indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Very Sharp images, easy to process
Cons:
kinda complicated to operate

The spicifications are what draws me into this one.
24-105mm. Used on a 1.3x camera it gives angles of view similar to what a 30-132mm lens would give on a 35mm film camera. On a 1.6x camera it gives angles of view similar to what a 39-170mm lens would give on a 35mm film camera.
Very high quality, sharp images though a bit complicated to operate, software support is not as easy too. Been an interior designs, and property styling gold coast photographer, indoor shooting are always my day to day venue, dim lights and darker background is a bit hard to adjust in this model too.