Super slow-mo camera recommendations for a novice photographer?
I currently have a 5-year old point-and-shoot (Sony Cyber‑shot DSC‑WX300) that has been great for my needs over the years. However, I have an upcoming trip to Southeast Asia, and am looking to upgrade my camera to one with more modern technology.
Another point-and-shoot should more than suffice for my needs, but I'm really interested in my new camera having super slow-mo capabilities. Not sure if this is possible without breaking the bank though -- any recommendations? Thanks!
I am just getting into photography and am looking to purchase a camera that is better than my point and shoot. I want to be able to take pictures at night and in low light. I am thinking about the A6300 but wonder if it would be better to start with the A6000 since I am inexperienced and it is a lower price tag.
Does anyone know who would like to sponsor photographers??? I love photography but I only have one camera and I am trying to save up but it is taking a while. Or if anyone has any tips or cameras they are giving away. Thanks!!!
I've been looking into getting my first mirrorless camera. My budget is sub $500 for body only.
I have been comparing the Sony A6000 and the Panasonic G7.
I mostly take pictures but I go to the occasional event.
I want to hear your opinions on each camera.
EDIT: I bought a Sony A6000 and a Sigma 19mm F/2.8. I am very pleased!
Do you think Sony should release a RAW video codec for the Alpha series? I'm curious to see people's opinions on this and if it's even believed to be possible. Blackmagic has released their RAW codec which has significantly improved RAW usability. Why couldn't Sony do the same for their Alpha range, and why are we stuck on 8 bit 4:2:0.
Let me know your thoughts.