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Loooking to upgrade from 4000D

Anagnwstopoulos
Apprentice

I own a 4000D with an EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 and a 70-300mm f/5-7, my budget is 500-600€ (can stretch to 650 but that’s it).I want a new camera because I’m into filmmaking and cinematography,I was looking at the R50 and the 250d(because it’s cheaper) because of the flip screen and autofocus capabilities which I need.Any help would be great ,thank you in advance.

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shadowsports
Legend
Legend

Greetings,

If you can make it happen, going mirrorless will be a huge step forward in performance and the image quality you'll be able to capture. You will really appreciate what mirrorless can do for you.    

Not sure where you are located.  In the US, Canon refurbished R50's (body only) are $459 and $559 with a RF-S 18-45 starter lens.  If you added a Canon EF to EOR R adapter (about $100) you could also use your 28-80 and 70-300 on the R50.  This would be a significant upgrade for you.

~Rick
Bay Area - CA


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I’m in Greece ,so should I get only the body instead of the lens kit and just buy an adaptor?

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