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Reviews of cameras, lenses, tripods, heads and other accessories written by Ambatula

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canon_efs_18-55_v3Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III

Pros: Lightweight, kits, excellent focal learning

Cons: ....... It's still a lens kit ....

Opinion: I had written the usual comment, plasticky, dark, AF inaccurate. Then I decided to change it, because a judgment, in my opinion, must be related to the actual cost of the object and this is supplied in kit form, for the same price of the camera body only, so it's almost free. In addition it is an objective that has a lens audience from beginner like me, it is a lens that serves to learn. With its focal range can cover all that is needed, allowing pictures ranging from the landscape, the road, the portrait, so I do not find defects that are not the classic ones of a basic objective. Great to learn and to take the first steps. Surely, if you are passionate about photography, he soon wants to experiment with other

sent on November 19, 2014

canon_efs_55-250stmCanon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM

Pros: AF quiet and precise, lightweight, attractive price

Cons: Compared to the price is perfect

Opinion: Taken to cover all focal lengths in support of the 18-55 kit and begin to learn. Autofocus quiet and fast enough, light body, blurred acceptable, good stabilizer. In my opinion, for what it costs is a great goal, as cheaply you can not have a zoom lens that is able to have performance better than good. The shade I had to buy separately, but I understand that is the norm in the Canon is a bit plasticky. I think it's a perspective that allows you to remove a lot of satisfaction

sent on November 19, 2014

canon_1200dCanon 1200D

Pros: Lightweight, intuitive, great price

Cons: Only 3fps, plasticky

Opinion: It's my first SLR, so my comment is more driven by the enthusiasm that a real objective assessment. I find it easy to use, with everything you need to learn how to use the machine in manual and manage time, iso and openings to the situation. Obviously the pictures that churns out are amazing compared to the compact camera that I've used so far, with vibrant colors and usable even at high ISO, but without exaggeration, because even at ISO 3200 noise is evident. In my quality / unbeatable price, the best for a beginner like me. On the other hand is plasticky, especially when viewed in comparison with the most advanced machines, is a little too small (and I have big hands) and I would have preferred a grip "substantial" .rnIn Ultimately there are only advantages, if you considers the range of users who want to hit. Hello

sent on November 19, 2014


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