Cameras slr

Single Lens Reflex or SLR cameras are generally the most advanced and complex cameras you can buy. With knowledge and practice, they will usually give the best outcomes, however given the cost of buying individual lenses they can be more expensive.

However, anyone wanting to create professional, or semi professional content, should look seriously at getting one of these.

Canon EOS 4000D 18MP DSLR Camera

a fantastic beginners SLR, with the ability to change all the setting, but capable of working well in automatic.

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EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-.6 III Lens                     and 16GB Memory Card

Canon EOS 250D DSLR Camera 

Coming out a year or so after the previous camera, this one is a bit more expensive, but with higher resolution and the ability to film in 4k. It also has a better battery, so should let you take more pictures on each charge. It is very light, and small, but if you are to spend long times with it in your bag, this is likely to be a benefit.

This comes with Canon EF-s 28-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lems

Canon EOS 6D Mark II Digital SLR Camera – Black

The most recent Canon EOS model, improving image quality on the last one.

Full still resolution is over 26 megapixels, with capability to create videos in full hd at 60fps and timelapse 4k

Nikon D5600 + AF-P 18-55 VR DSLR Camera

With the large 24.2 MP DX-format sensor, wide ISO range of 100-25600 and Expeed 4 image-processing engine combine to deliver ideal images and detail, and video in full hd up to 60fps

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