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Recommendation for camera upgrade?

Bradenkr
Contributor

Hi evreyone! After shooting with my Rebel T3i for the last 4 years, I've decided it's time to upgrade. I am especially doing this because I now have a job photographing food, products, events, people, and various buildings in the city I work for. I do freelance as well, specifically for head shots and family photos. I want to upgrade past the rebel (I don't have a strong preference for Crop Sensor or Full Frame, but I'm leaning towards Full Frame) so I can take my photos to the next level. I just have no idea of where to start. There are SO many cameras and so many of them have the EXACT same ratings as another! If you have any suggestions, I would appreciate the help very much! Sorry for the novel! Thanks!

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DyraSan
Apprentice

yes, Bradenkr and ebiggs1 are right.

 

and recently canon launched a new camera for professionals. Canon EOS 7D mark ||.

Awesome experience.

 

Thankyou [link removed per forum guidelines]


@DyraSan wrote:

yes, Bradenkr and ebiggs1 are right.

 

and recently canon launched a new camera for professionals. Canon EOS 7D mark ||.

Awesome experience.

 

Thankyou



@DyraSan wrote:

yes, Bradenkr and ebiggs1 are right.

 

and recently canon launched a new camera for professionals. Canon EOS 7D mark ||.

Awesome experience.

 

Thankyou


Er... You DO mean the 7DII?  That was launched in Sept 2014.  I have one, and great camera, but the 80D could arguably be considered newer tech.


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