Right now I could spend about... $600-$700, but I could definitely see myself investing in different lenses in the future.
I have had one of those shitty blue canon cameras (the ones that fit in your pocket and are like $100.
4) What are you going to shoot?
Not much skiing at all actually. I want to do more... artsy abstract... short films... Of like trees and stars (I know right?).
5) Will you allow others to use?
No. Most likely not. I will film. It is mine.
7) Computer specs for editing:
This is not important right now. I have a million ram.
8) Editing program:
Nothing, I dont have one but could easily get one.
So thats that. Really looking for quality in videos and pictures... So thats why I was leaning towards the t2i.
The first camera I had I only used for like skiing, taking pictures of pets... This one is going to go through some serious shit, and needs to have the ability to capture everything I need it to.
Thanks to 1337. for making the thread, will start also helped me out a lot, and now I turn it to the public to flip through my answers and dawn on me the verdict.
bump for also wanting the perfect answer to this exact question.
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The t2i isnt the greatest camera for shooting in low light situations. I have a t2i and like it very much. we just have to crank on a ton of lights when doing urban and what not. i love the camera. i would also suggest magic lantern if you end up buyin one
.....you have got to be kidding me. you know video cameras aren't magic, right? no video camera can even compare to the human eye. but one of the biggest advantages of DSLR cameras is that they are fantastic in low light. you will always have to crank a ton of lights when shooting urban if you want a good shot, no matter what cam you're shooting with