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NoCo Pro Photo Message Board NoCo Pro Photo Discussion Forum › SLR gears to buy.

SLR gears to buy.

user 55719672
Colorado Springs, CO
Post #: 1
Hi Guys,
This is my photo-stream so far (no portrait added) with my bridge camera(Lumix FZ35 - with no external accessories used including external flash).­

I am considering either one of the camera in the links to upgrade,
could you kindly suggest lenses sub $300 range. I am leaning towards Nikon for SLR(its heavy - that's only dilemma) or Olympus for Mirrorless (only concern on this is lens choices is limited compared to SLR cameras & body style(want SLR like)..
1. Portrait lens
2. Wide angle lens
3. prime Lens
4. Telephoto lens..
5. Macro(optional)- seems expensive.(however want to take macros).

Seems, there are lot of options for the lenses and some of the subject features are difficult to visualize until to try out.. So, experts always help, correct :-)

If you include filters, flash, and books to read, that would be great.,, My total budget is $2K to $2.5K for entire package. Thanks!
Julieanna D
Group Organizer
Fort Collins, CO
Post #: 51
For your price range I'd say go mirrorless. Sony's mirrorless cameras have the biggest sensors. Trey Ratcliff has a lot of posts and advice about them; http://www.stuckincus...­
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