- 15 Aug 2013
- Lelystad, Netherlands
Yeah I get what you saying. I guess it worth the money getting a good lens. I don’t know nothing about them just by reading and looking it up on YouTube. Im not going to go high tech just need it to take some shrimp photo and family and friends. I think I will go with the canon 600d and start saving for a good lens near futuresimo - the 600D is defenitly worth the money, but still the weakest/strongest point is the lens, no matter how much you pay for the body £10,000 or £200 the more important part will be the lens... if you get a shoddy £50 lens that's got horrible light and shutter speed, you'll get shoddy pictures with the £10,000 camera and the £200 camera.... so it's worth doing some research, understand what each parameter means and get something that fits your budget and will make fantastic pictures.... for example, I started with the kit 18-55mm non macro, learned to take photos and then bought a proper lens that costs $1,400... regardless if I put the lens on mid level or starter camera, it still made the same quality photo... 12mpx vs 10mpx doesn't make THAT huge of a difference for the price...