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Getting back into photography

Discussion in 'Photography & Camera Basics Forum' started by jemstar555, May 15, 2017.

  1. jemstar555

    jemstar555 Here a lot

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    Hi,

    I am looking at getting back into photography after a gap of a few years.

    Last time out I had a Nikon D7000 which I sold as I was rarely using it and needed the funds at the time.

    I'm looking to buy another camera but money is tight and I was wondering what you guys might recommend?

    I am looking used DSLR, around the £200 to £300 range and I am primarily looking at landscapes and urban exploration.

    Any advice would be very much appreciated :)
     
  2. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    Hiya Steve and welcome back. It's been a few years.
     
  3. jemstar555

    jemstar555 Here a lot

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    Thanks Roger, it has indeed :)
     
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    gaelldew Always on Premium Member

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  5. jemstar555

    jemstar555 Here a lot

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    Thanks :)
     
  6. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    welcome back!
     
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    Snips Always on Premium Member

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    I wonder if a 4/3rds system might be used more? Something like the Fuji X-T1 or Olympus OM-D? Both cracking cameras, much lighter and smaller than DSLRs but super image quality. I've suggested these as I suspect you're wanting something better than a bridge camera.
     

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