Yeah I meant to write sensor, thank you.
As I'm a newbie I guess it's best to pay to get the sensor professionally cleaned.
What's a fair price for this roughly? I'm in Turkey so guess it would be cheaper here than UK.
I held the camera in the store today and I like it!
I plan to buy both the body and lens from Park Cameras - if anybody sees anything wrong with what I'm buying or knows a cheaper place to buy either please let me know!
Body - £499
Lens - £759
Thanks for the responses guys and sorry for such a late response! All prices I’ve found are second hand.
As I never use a tripod, I’m guessing image stabilization is important for me (even though most photos will be in good light so can have a fast shutter speed), and will buy a second...
The quality of the glass is what makes the photo appear sharper?
I assume the quality of plastic and weather sealing only matters if I'm not careful.
As for a budget, not more than 2k for a camera and lens combo, cheaper the better depending how much quality is compromised.
What specs make a lens a good one?
Apart from knowing that I want a wide angle lens for photography, not videos, what do I look for when shopping online to tell which is better quality?
Thanks for all the help!
Another amazing response, thank you!
That link at DPReview is amazing for comparisons- I'm wondering is it all laid out on a big table, they take one photo on each camera and then we compare the zoomed images?
It's a pity they don't have a landscape, or something with a sky in the background in...
So you find the step up from 4/3rds to cropped and full sensor isn’t much, but the step up from my current (about 1/2.5”) iPhone or GoPro sensor to 4/3rds would be substantial?
With regard to lenses - is there a particular type of lens I should be looking at for landscapes with a person in the...
Having finished an online photography course, I may need to upgrade from my combination of iPhone X / GoPro Hero7 Black for landscape photography.
Ideally I want to test a range of cameras in a landscape setting, get all of the images on a file and compare the quality to figure out the optimal...