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In my opinion the lifetime is what really sets products apart. I used my Canon 20d (bought 2004) until two years ago, then I gave it to my 9 year old niece who got interested in photography. It still works just as it did when it was new, sure batteries has been replaced, and memory cards have been upgraded since it was new, but apart from that, as good as ...


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It can be said that you should purchase as much technology as you can reasonably afford. It will last longer, and not be superseded by newer technology as quickly. You should be able to find a decent brand name DSLR or mirrorless camera for the amount you are looking to spend. There is an important distinction to be made between “taking” and “making” a good ...


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If you want a nice camera, buy a nice camera. If you want a nice phone, buy a nice phone. Rule of thumb: specialized equipment is often much, much better than generalized equipment at what it does. For 700 euros (~$800 US at time of writing), you could get high quality used gear - a Canon 5D Mk. II + 2 basic lenses / 1 moderately good lens, for example - for ...


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