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I need help picking the camara bwt (Sony Alpha a6000,Canon EOS 700D,Nikon D5300)

Sony Alpha a6000

Canon EOS 700D

Nikon D5300

Between these 3 if price was not the factor which is good!?

context- Never had a dslr or used one so i have no idea other than there specs on paper.

**these 3 r available for the 2nd hand purchase** so they r priced similarly

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Depends on your use case. Is it for photography or videography primarily?

 

I've had a Sony Alpha a5000 for a few years which is a great compact DSLR for photos, no complaints.

 

You should probably compare lens compatibility and also have a look at some sample photos and online reviews.

"Those who are last are sideways and smiling". - Jeremy Clarkson

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1 minute ago, NPSTR107 said:

Depends on your use case. Is it for photography or videography primarily?

 

I've had a Sony Alpha a5000 for a few years which is a great compact DSLR for photos, no complaints.

 

You should probably compare lens compatibility and also have a look at some sample photos and online reviews.

usally photograph and some time videos .

and will use the stock lens that it comes with for now.

 

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16 minutes ago, zeroXD_03 said:

usally photograph and some time videos .

and will use the stock lens that it comes with for now.

 

Personally, I'd go for either the Nikon or the Sony.

 

The Sony is great for traveling as it is compact, and takes great photos. I've taken mine on plenty of travels and it's nice and inconspicuous.

 

The Nikon is better if you are planning to go down a photography path thanks to better upgradability with lenses etc.

 

The Sony & Nikon can both take 60fps video (1080p) whereas the Canon can only do 30fps.

 

That's my knowledge.

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19 hours ago, zeroXD_03 said:

usally photograph and some time videos .

and will use the stock lens that it comes with for now.

 

Also, I should add:

Are you planning to take RAW photos? Or are you just taking photos and saving them?

 

I take all of my photos in RAW and then edit them through the camera raw plugin in Photoshop CC.

 

If you are not planning to edit RAW photos, then you're going to be looking for a camera that has good colour processing out of the box without editing.

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If you're going APS-C, I'd take a look at Fuji; they're the only ones really taking APS-C seriously these days.

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On 8/2/2021 at 7:47 PM, zeroXD_03 said:

Sony Alpha a6000

Canon EOS 700D

Nikon D5300

Between these 3 if price was not the factor which is good!?

context- Never had a dslr or used one so i have no idea other than there specs on paper.

**these 3 r available for the 2nd hand purchase** so they r priced similarly

I'm a pro 'togger

I started out years ago with minota which sony bought and bought into the Sony system.
It wasn't for me.
Reasons: I found lens cost a lot more than Canon & Nikon
The buffer (I shoot sport) sucked big time
flash mounts were not standrd (I think thats changed)
The digital view finder - I'm sorry, but mirror feels right

 

The first thing I'll ask anyone who asks me what camera should they buy is what do your friends use.
Its a way to add lenses to your bag, I've got 5 lenses that I own, I know if I need a fisheye I know I have a friend who owns one on the system I use.
Canon is a easier camera to use, Nikon however make bloody awesome gear and every Nikon SLR lens will mount a Nikon camera, so you can grow your kit by buying second hand.

If you want video, go Sony, still canon or nikon

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