This is the Best DSLR that you should buy....
All DSLR cameras can be used for a variety of photography genres but camera brands do make camera models aimed at different people and types of photography. From easier to use Starter Cameras to High End Fully Experienced Professionals,
As a new photographer you may change the type of photography that you think you want to do now to a different type of photography later, or maybe you just plan to do a mix of things in general so finding one that suits you best can be a bit confusing.
If you ask a dozen different people which one you should buy, you will most likely get a dozen different recommendations as everyone will have their own preferred makes and models because that's what they use now or started with.
There are lots of different camera brands to choose from as well as lots of different models.
The two main brands are probably Canon and Nikon but there are also the likes of Sony and Fuji to choose from as well as others. If you buy one of the main brands you're going to find more help and advice online, on Facebook groups, on YouTube and in general, about your camera than a brand or type of camera that's a bit obscure.
When you are starting starting out you're best with an Entry Level Camera.
These are generally at the cheap end of the DSLR market, although "cheap" probably isn't the right word to use as they are often a good few hundred to buy, maybe around the £400 mark for new. You can often buy cheaper second hand cameras that people bought but decided photography isn't for them or when they've upgraded to a more advanced model but try to avoid cheap really old or obscure makes and models.
People often say "An entry level camera isn't going to give me good photos" - That's Wrong!!
Entry level cameras are pretty good and can produce some great photographs when you know how to use them.
I still use my entry level camera occasionally as its smaller and lighter than my upgrade to a professional use camera.
Entry Level Cameras are there to help you start out. Usually they have some pre-set automatic modes for different types of photography to help you get started because learning about all the settings takes time and these cameras allow you to start your photography journey without too much confusion and worry about settings. The menus are slimmed down as well to try not overwhelm you but still give you the things you might need.
When you choose a camera Brand, you're probably going to stick with them, as your abilities grow, you'll probably invest in more lenses or equipment and as these are not often transferable between brands, it best to stick with the brand you start with unless you have a very good reason to change.
The lenses and accessories are usually specific to a brand of camera but they often fit more than one model from that brand.
I choose Nikon and started with an entry level D3300 which I think may be discontinued now but I still use the camera and the the additional lenses and other equipment I purchased with my upgraded camera.
You can stick with your entry level camera forever as I have already said, they produce good photographs when you know how to use them, and invest in better lenses or lenses for more specific types of photography you found you like to do most.
Or in a couple of years when you've learned a lot more about Photography, Cameras and the Type of Photography that interests you most, you can look at an upgrade.....
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Don't forget when you buy your DSLR the lens you get to start with is just as important.
When buying a new DSLR Camera there's usually the option to buy the camera with a kit lens. These are usually something like 18-55mm zoom lens which is a good around lens for general photography like taking family photos or landscape and scenic photos when you start out (this is the one I got with my first DSLR Camera). But when you decide what type of photography you like to do best or just for general use, you'll probably want to start to save some more money for new lenses and other equipment that you'll probably want to buy sometime in the future for more specific uses like a long zoom for photographing birds in flight or a Macro lens for close up photographs of insects or flowers and so on.
So choosing a camera....
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