The most frequently asked questions during my Beginner Photography Workshops and received in my email inbox are related to Photography Equipment.
I have put together this series of posts as an Equipment buying advice for Beginners.
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Entry-level DSLR Cameras
If you are looking to upgrade from a Smartphone and invest in a “proper” camera without breaking the bank, these entry level DSLR’s could be what you are looking for…
The Nikon D3500 with 18-55mm lens is the number 1 camera I recommend as an entry-level camera for getting started with DSLR’s. This camera is small, lightweight and really simple to use with easy to navigate menus with a handy “guide” menu that can help when you get stuck! Fantastic performance for a camera at this price point. Comes complete with an excellent 18-55mm kit lens.
The entry-level model from Canon is the EOS 2000D. This is a small lightweight camera that has a very impressive specification at a very competitive price. Comes with 18-55mm kit lens
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