With not much (besides the rain) going on at the moment, it seems like a good time to write some articles about what you need in a camera kit.
Later this week, I’m going to talk about how to build a system of lenses that works for you. Today, as a preface, I’d like you to revisit an earlier article I wrote about Kit Lenses.
The point of that article is that people are often fooled into thinking that Kit Lenses are inferior to others they might buy, when it’s simply not the case. They then end up in an endless upgrade cycle (much like with the megapixel race in cameras) where they spend lots of money and don’t see the improvements they hoped for.
With this in mind, I’m going to talk about building your system based on your needs and how to prioritise your equipment purchases.
But that’s for another day…
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