Top Digital Camera Dslr Buying advice (dombower.com)

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www.dombower.com Video advice of things to look for when buying a new digital camera or DSLR, useful websites to look at are www.dpreview.com for indepth reviews and www.dxomark.com for indepth reviews of sensor performance www.dombower.com

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Bree Madeleine says:

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makuwalta says:

I bought Nikon D3100 at amazon and i choose the one with the complete kit with 18-55mm VR + 55-200mm VR Lens with 16GB Card + Filters + Case + Accessory Kit. I just got it for $669.95 and $496.95 for camera and lens only.

you might want to check the link here at amazon – “bit.ly/d3100amazon?xryt”

SkyStudioVideography says:

I want a video SLR set up, so far i gathered the canon 60d 18-200 lens, 3 point continues soft box light set up seems the right way to go, can you advise me on any of this gear,

im shooting a music artist with a green screen background, gonna shoot outdoors as well later but its mainly for music videos.

travelplus1 says:

I bought the GE x500 and its quite amazing 16 Megapixles 15x optical zoom, shutter priortiy, apeture setting/ ISO up to 3200 etc.

Jules7892 says:

In just $619.00 CDN Future Shop or Best Buy CANADA, the NIKON D3100 ,14.2 MegaPixel DX APC CMOS Sensor comes as a Full Kit with NIKKOR VR II DX Lens included in the above price.This Machine NIKON D3100 has 4 HD Video/Audio modes included,1 at 1920x1080p at 24p Cinema Frames/Second, 3 720p modes at 1280x720p HD Video modes, 1 at 24p Frames Cinema/Second, 1 at 25p Frames/Second & the last at 30p Frames/Second also known as 60interlace Frames/Second for your 60Hertz HDTV T.V.’s!!

Jules7892 says:

In just $619.00 CDN Future Shop or Best Buy CANADA, the NIKON D3100 ,14.2 MegaPixel DX APC CMOS Sensor comes as a Full Kit with NIKKOR VR II DX Lens included in the above price.This Machine NIKON D3100 has 4 HD Video/Audio modes included, 1 at 1920x1080p at 24p Cinema Frames/Second, 3 720p modes at 1280x720p HD Video modes, 1 at 24p Frames Cinema/Second, 1 at 25p Frames/Second & the last at 30p Frames/Second also known as 60intelace Frames/Second for your 60Hertz HDTV T.V.’s!!

comelon3 says:

very Informative.Thanks!
But I was looking to buy a camera for macro photography (jewelry photos)for commercial purposes.Which is the best camera for that? Nikond3100??

stevenmorrisEP says:

this was the most helpful video on this subject matter. Thank you. Are you from Edinburgh?? I saw the castle in there!

CAJUNNSC says:

Finally someone has it right. Yes who the hell needs these HUGE MP DSLR’s. BTW is that a pokadotted robe your wearing? Ya got nerve I’ll give ya that much! Anyway, yes anything more the 10 – 12 is overkill. It’s all about lens and depth of field. Everything else is NUTS. The point being with computer manipulation software you can fix or change or enhance just about any photo taken to the point of adding everything fro light to shadows to even color or fixing a blemish. Use your eyes not cash.

doormat321 says:

btw if ur buying a dslr u gereraly dont need live view.

doormat321 says:

hi i was wondering i am buying a tele zoom lens and dont no if the filtre size makes any difference. iv got a D90 so its aps

doormat321 says:

hi i was wondering i am buying a tele zoom lens and dont no if the filtre size makes any difference. iv got a D90 so its aps-c

Demonods says:

LOL 😀

dombower says:

Canikon

shmylkikay says:

which dslr is better? nikon or canon?

Dexduzdiz says:

THANKS SOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!

310thegame228 says:

nikkon d3000 is pretty cheap,,,,canon rebel xs cost a little bit more but with live view,,,, both budget dslr great for beginners

EjvindAndersen says:

Now i know that i’m probably gonna be slaughtert for saying this, but chose my Alpha 350, as my first Dslr, because of the in-house steady shot, witch makes the lenses cheaper. Just thought i wanted to share it as an advice for those looking for their first dslr.
Btw its some great videos you’ve got Dom.

dombower says:

professionals do not need tips on buying cameras

dombower says:

get the cheapest dslr you can find or go to a second hand shop. get a nikon as well

dombower says:

nikon d3000

dombower says:

i would go with the canon 7d but that is cos i like a lot of video. but i also have the nikon d300. anytime i am doing photos that require flash stuff i go with nikon, if i am doing video or landscapes canon .

golotoi says:

if you were to choose between the canon 7d or the nikon d300s, what will you choose?… coz as of now im still confused what to buy.. please i need your expert opinion…
tnx!!

dombower says:

any camera that is in the hands of a good photographer. or the nikon d3s

gamer5739 says:

what camara now can take the best photos???

mashkodal says:

hi ya there, m a new with camera stuff, i always wanted a camera and m goin to buy it soon finally, i was hopin to have an advice from you about it …wat would suite me da best…thanks.

ThunderTundra1011 says:

hi there, ok here is my situation I am a college art student frist year and I have introductory to digital photography this semester. And Im required to have a DSLR. All I have to spend is 400-600$ canadain. Could you please set me off in the right direaction or give me a few recomendations.
Thanks

ctgartland says:

And now the Canon 1D Mk IV and Nikon D3s can have a maximum ISO of 102400…..but definitely not worth it for any image.

meady638 says:

thanks dom, your advise is appreciated. keep up the top knoch vids, im learning alot.

dombower says:

easy get the nikon d700, the 50mm f1.4 lens and the tokina 11-16 (which is only dx but still brill)

meady638 says:

hi there, your vids are great, im getting started in the photography business and i am buying a d300 but i need advice on what lenses to buy, i want to do portraits and weddings, what could you recommend? i have a total of £2500 including camera. please help. thanks

bgtubber says:

A bit distracting but very informative for the nonprofessional 🙂

cool water says:

Great info thanks. Btw, I plan to buy the Nikon D60 because it’s simple to use and affordable. But I think the D60 is getting old. What do you think?

dombower says:

camera doesnt matter really, get a good lens.
a good 50mm for portraits,
a 100mm for macro
and for sports… well that totally matters on the kind of sports, is it far away or close up fast or slow? check out dpreview for more camera reviews

dombower says:

if you need tips on buying a camera then you need those basic info.

i bet few camera buyers have thought about dynamic range when buying

zibi256 says:

very basic info, but good job

transferases says:

it’s really a personal preference between nikon and canon. More important than the bodies are the lenses you get. If I were you I would save up a bit more and get a nikon d90. Huge difference, the nikon d60 doesn’t have AF capabilities in body so certain lenses won’t autofocus. That’s my opinion, dombower might have different advice and he’s more experienced than me so take his.

dombower says:

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daniel Pierre says:

why r you shirtless in most of your vids great info regradless

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