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In the absence of details as to what you are doing now, we can only assume what your current shooting technique is. There are many possible shooting technique related causes of the issue you describe. There can also be issues of unrealistic expectations, even when using the best gear available. All gear has limits, no matter what the marketing departments ...


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Better results would be obtained by switching the lens rather than the body but for even more improvement you can upgrade both. The kit lens just never gets very sharp. It starts off extremely soft and becomes more reasonable stopped down but it reaches the diffraction limit quickly which reintroduces softness. A better lens, either a high-quality constant ...


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What would be the best thing to do in this situation? (As in upgrading and upgrading to what?) What to do is up to you. I would do the following: Use appropriate camera settings. See below for details. Seek a camera that lacks an AA filter (or has one with reduced strength). I prefer mirrorless cameras. There are many options from Nikon, Sony, FujiFilm,...


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