Best Beginner Lenses

by admin July 25, 2018 at 12:18 am

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  1. Not a lot of young YouTubers out there that know what their doing. I'd say you're an exception. Great video. Sounds like you really know your stuff.

  2. Best beginner lenses, in my opinion. 50mm 1.8 STM; 18- 55mm kit lens and 55-250mm STM. You have a nice range with this ones and they are not to expensive. The 55-250mm STM is even the best low budget lens that you can buy.

  3. This actually helped me a lot. I looked at Canon's refurbished sit and some of their cameras include the 75-300mm lens. Like I am an amateur photographer but I know some of the basics of taking a good shot such as low lighting, rule of thirds, and how to capture that moment

  4. Hey my guy hope you can read this (and others can jump in on this). I have a budget of $1000 more or less, and I'm choosing between 77D vs 80D. I've done the research on what each can do, 77D has newer specs vs 80D, and 80D overall is built very nicely with it's older but still powerful specs. I am stuck on choosing and I am seeking a camera that would last longer in terms of features and capabilities, can you guys help me out on this?

  5. I almost want to disagree with you about the 75-300 lens because I have used it for 2 years now and it is a pretty decent lens for what you pay. But you are right, pretty bad apature. I use it with a Canon T6i (not the most pro camera, but it gets the job done) and I seem to get quality shots, but I should've saved some more money and bought a 70-200.

  6. I agree with your assessment of the lenses particularly the poor performing 75-300 none IS lens but you might have mentioned the Canon IS USM 70-300mm. Sure it's twice as expensive as the other but it is affordable and 2nd to my L glass it is as nice a lens as I own. It is sharp and well built. I wish you well.

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