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and of course now I'm looking at different cameras, specifically DSLR.
Right now I have my eyes on this. It appears they sell a 200mm lens which I could buy if I end up liking the camera with the stock lens in the first place. thoughts?
Thanks! Any idea on where I might find one for 300-350? Any I've been seeing on sale are for like 400. This is what I'm looking at to buy.
I always recommend holding some cameras, both inside and beyond your price range. Picture quality on entry level DSLRs is barely different to mid-range models, but the features, handling and external controls get more sophisticated. Something to keep in mind since your budget is enough to let you look beyond entry level cameras. You might want to look at mirrorless models too - similar performance in a more portable package.
Nonetheless, I think this is a good deal: [link]
It's an entry level model with kit lens, but very capable and sets you up to start shooting.
And for you winter landscapes, spend some extra cash on a tripod, then read up on landscape techniques and (depending on the aesthetic you prefer) look at better lenses and a filter system. The kit lens is quite capable of decent landscapes results for starters IMO.
yo compre una nikon D3300 en amazon por 6 mil pesos hace como 2 meses. te la recomiendo.
los precios en este modelo fluctuan mucho. checala todos los dias, eventualmente la vuelven a poner en 6.
Do you have a link to the $450 2 lens kit? The only one I'm seeing from Nikon is this one: 18-55 & 55-200
Disclaimer: I'm right with you, I'm a total noob. However, I have put in a good 10-15 hours of research solely on DSLR cameras for beginner and I am also focusing on landscape photography. After all the research I ended up purchasing the Nikon D3300
n00b here. Is the lens that comes with the link below good for street/street life photography? Is it a good lens altogether? I might get this soon
Thank you :)