is it worth Changing my camera?

Discussion in 'Mirrorless Cameras' started by enerlevel, Jan 27, 2017.

  1. SnappingShark

    SnappingShark Always learning. Supporting Member

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    Disappointing thread, but I am glad the OP recovered and din't lose too much in the financial turmoil of changing systems. I for one know what that's like after doing it a bunch of times. You know, sometimes it's a learning process and I've discovered that.

    Also, if possible, go and try the equipment out rather than buying it and then having to sell it on the craigslist or the ebay when you realize it wasn't for you! I understand some people live more remote so that isn't possible!


     
  2. enerlevel

    enerlevel TPF Noob!

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    Yes I lost some but at least I experienced both the systems... I used to try cameras out in stores but then it was no way near to how I would shoot.. for example most stores are well lit and the only way to try high ISO is to increase shutter or aperture ... however the performance and noise I get from a very dim lit place is completely different and that I can't test in stores..
     
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    beagle100 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    true, stores like BB have good lighting and may not be a good example of high ISO in low light situations
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