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  1. Ion Z

    What about the Sony mirrorless camera like A77ii, a6000,a6300 and a6000 you are talking about old cameras. You told you that you need a mirror in cameras to take good pictures

  2. with Rajasthan

    Who is best dslr for wildlife photography in low price and high resolution???
    Please suggest

  3. Randal

    Hello!, I've been using the D5500 with the 70-300 Nikon lens for about 2 months now and taken some decent wild life photos with this lens. What next lens could I use to upgrade to next for better zoom and quality that would be better than the 70-300 mm and also around that $200 to $500 dollar price range. I'm looking for a good lens for wildlife. Thanks!!

  4. blackcat138

    I would toss that 55-300mm in the garbage any day. soft images at 300mm. I picked up the 200-500mm later and my mind was blown away! now I wanna get that AF-S 300mm f/4D for ultimate sharpness.

  5. Simon Booth

    Hi, not strictly relating to the gear but thank you for this excellent video anyway. I was just wondering what the exact images sizes were for the video stills. They came across nice and crisp and I'm still in the early stages of making my landscape and nature videos, so just wondered!

  6. Explore 101 Urbex

    That was amazing thanks 🙂 may you can take a look at my channel some time 🙂

  7. Steve Ferneyhough

    And if you are on a real tight budget I would recommend a Bridge camera such as the Panasonic FZ200/300, the Sony HX400V (which I own and it produces some good wildlife images with practice) or maybe the Canon SX60HS. On the 1" sensor cameras you could go for Panasonic FZ2000/2500 or the Sony RX10 iii which both look great for stills and video.

  8. Bamboo FTW

    You didn't even mentioned Nikon D500 with Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6. What the fuck? It's as good as that last one for like half od price if not more! This combo is only 3.5k


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