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boomie1312_1A lot of this will depend on your budget.
-RB-Anything at all would help.
I've heard the Nixon d3200 is a great starter, anyone to vouch on that?
-AM-Yeah that is pretty good camera to start out with. One of my friends has one, and I've had a chance to mess around with it (at least with video), and it stacks up well with my t3i. No difference in the quality of the video, however, I have not had a chance to take photos or compare shots of the two.thanks man, I did a little research online and that's what I heard from multiple sources
SamColbyt2i, fuck the kit lens, get a 50mm and something a bit wider, torrent adobe premiere, and save for a tripod.
Snowflake222Start with a t2i or a 60d if you have the funds.
Try getting a wide lens, ex. Tokina 11-16 (common through NS)
Save for stablization
-RB-As of right now, it's a matter of just saving up. Sky's the limit I guess.
Rdwagner2I would look at the sony a7s if you don"t have a tight budget. Its not out yet but looks like it could be pretty amazing for the size and price. Its a full frame mirrorless DSLR that can output uncompressed 4:2:2 4k video to an external recorder, so if you get really into cinematography you wont have to upgrade right away. Its also supposed to be really good in low light for photos and videos because that iso can go over 400,000.
The canon rebel series isn't a bad option but its starting to get a little outdated. you might need to upgrade in the next year or so with at t2i or any ti camera. However, they are good to start with and to learn on and pretty durable for a less expensive camera body.
you need to pick a price range before ns can help you find the right camera.
$100 to $500
$500 to $1000
$1000 to $3000
$3000 and up