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In short, No. Be very wary of anything suggesting that you throw money at the problem for the newest and latest gear to solve your photography issues, as while the newest gear makes solving the problem easier, it won't in and of itself solve the core of the problem. Consider this: Have you ever seen a sharp photo taken in the 1950's? It was clearly not ...


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As im researching now it seems to me that to make decent photos i need atleast a $1000 camera. So sayeth the gear collectors. Photographers are out shooting, and say otherwise. Many of us, myself included, still shoot film on vintage rigs. I've also shot with digital since ~2004 and my current digital camera is a 5Dmk2, released in 2008! Here's an image ...


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under no circumstance i am able to make a perfectly focused sharp and detailed photo Here are some possible sources of your difficulties: The lens. Superzooms are notorious for having "poor" image quality. That is the price you pay for the convenience of having such a large zoom range. Kit lenses (18-55/3.5-5.6) and fast primes (50/1.8) are plenty sharp,...


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