Beginner: 1st DLSR - Canon 70D or 6D and what lenses

Discussion in 'Canon Cameras' started by Rafa, May 17, 2014.

  1. DaninMD

    DaninMD TPF Noob!

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    85mm is a very very good portrait lens and allows you to get further away and flatten the image a bit more which is more flattering for portraits. you have to get a bit closer with the 50mm on a FF. if you were doing a crop camera I would say the 50mm. for portraits I tend to go with my 100mm prime instead of my 50mm for this reason.


     
  2. Rafa

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    Guys I would like to say thank you to everyone of you who gave me hints in this decision.

    I finally bought the Canon EOS 6D and I am really impressed with the image quality! Pictures with bokeh are so easy to take on it. I bought just the camera with the 24-105 and their basic acessories.

    Now I need to learn how to dominate this, it is my first DSLR and I have a lot to learn yet.

    Again, thank you guys. You can be sure that I'll ask a lot here!
     
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    Hi Rafa,

    Canon EOS 6D is also very nice because of its image quality.
     

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