FCBayernMunchen wrote:Received this today. Never been much into photography myself but I wanted to get a decent camera for travelling, and I plan to make the most of it and learn how to be a proper photographer (more than just casual) and also learn how to edit images. I will get my friend to teach me. Funnily, I chose the camera before speaking to her and unknowingly chose the same model she owns.
zuki46 wrote:I have been a photographer for 7 years and this is a good choice to start your journey. Enjoy viewing the world from a different "angle".
FCBayernMunchen wrote:zuki46 wrote:I have been a photographer for 7 years and this is a good choice to start your journey. Enjoy viewing the world from a different "angle".
First thing to get used to: carry it around almost everywhere
theundead wrote:Do share some photos (in the official photography thread )
FCBayernMunchen wrote:Bought this today
dzuki46 wrote:If you can afford an ultrabook (i3 or i5 processor or even i7 if you have deep pockets) definitely go for it but make sure to get one with SSD for maximum battery life and shock proof (speed is a good reason as well) since university is a very "dangerous place" for laptops. Also a good padded backpack, you can never be too careful. Lenovo ideapad 11.6" to 14" is ideal or maybe Asus vivobook. 8GB of RAM is the norm these days but you can get away with 4. I understand that these might be a bit pricey but for what you are going to study is a "starters pack"
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