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As a beginner, which do I need to focus on more, camera body or lens? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When buying entry level cameras, are lenses really more important than the body? Is lenses which make your photographs, not camera bodies? I am planning to get a DSLR, but ...
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Camera body vs lenses - which is more important technically? [duplicate]

I am writing an article for a case study, explaining which one is more important in Photography, either the camera body or the lenses, and in which, one has to invest more? This is a technical ...
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What DLSR should I buy? [duplicate]

I am pretty much a beginner in photography. But I want to buy new a camera and lenses, so I need your help. Is it better to spend more money for the body or for lenses?. Whic DSLR camera is good for ...
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Camera vs. Lens [duplicate]

Amateur photographer looking to get serious. Own a Canon T2i at the moment with two kit lenses, 50mm f/1.8 and just bought a Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC LD Aspherical IF Macro Zoom Lens. ...
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Should i buy a lens or a new camera? [duplicate]

I have a sony dslr camera thats about 10 years old, it doesn't take as good quality photos as newer cameras. I want to know if i should buy a lens or a new camera. What affects the quality more?
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Does it make sense to put an expensive lens on a cheap camera?

I've spent a while looking at lenses and their prices, and now I'm wondering... Does it make sense to bolt a really expensive lens onto a cheap camera? Or is the extra performance only worth it if you ...
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Do good lenses really last a lifetime?

I’ve heard people say “a good lens will last a lifetime” many times. Is this actually true of modern lenses? More specifically, will a good lens be usable for a lifetime? With an inexpensive adapter, ...
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Camera lens or megapixel value: which defines the quality and clarity of the picture?

I have a 5MP camera in my phone. The pictures shows good clarity both in the phone screen and my computer screen. But one of my friends has a different camera with the same 5MP in his phone (brand is ...
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Should I upgrade my body or lens first?

I have an entry-level Nikon DSLR, and I cant decide if I should upgrade my camera body or upgrade from a AF-S DX Nikkor 18-200mm to whatever else might be recommended?
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What options are there for travel walkabout lenses for Canon 5D Mark III?

I recently upgraded my camera to a Canon 5D Mark III, and now my kit 18-55mm lens no longer fits. I’m looking for a general, travel, walk about, portrait and landscape lens. I was thinking about 24-...
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DSLR Sensors vs Exmor APS HD CMOS Sensors, Product Recommendation [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What should I look for when shopping for my first DSLR? I'm a tad new towards DSLRs and Compact DSLRs (am I calling them right?), but here goes - What are the differences ...
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Lens quality impact on sharpness

I have a Nikon D7200 and recently took it on a trip where I shot with both the kit AF-S 18-140 f/3.5-5.6 ED VR lens and the Nikon AF-S 24-70 f/2.8G ED lens. While I consider myself a relatively good/...
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suggestions to upgrade my DSLR [closed]

Before I ask this question itself I should be apologizing because this is an old question and is there in most of the forums and pages already,but some expert personal suggestions would be very ...
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First Good camera set up : Fuji X-T3 + the kit lens or X-T30 with 16mm f1.4

So, I'm looking to buy my first "decent" camera and I want to be able to film 4k at 24 and 1080 at 120, as well as take good landscape / "urban" photography. I had pretty much settled on getting the ...
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New to photography: Buy a full feature body or an entry level one [closed]

I want to buy a DSLR camera and get into photography. I have three things in mind: Divide my budget on buying a mid-range (in terms of price) body and mid-range lenz. Buy a pro body (Canon 7D ...