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The Army has seen fit to station me in Hawaii and I’d like to buy the wife a high quality camera. I think they’re called SLR with the detachable lenses but I’m clueless on terminology.

Ideally it is something that allows her enough features to grow with as her skills improve. We have decent enough cameras on our phones and a couple of regular handhelds but want to get something nicer.

It doesn’t need to be a new camera nor have a bunch of features that don’t result in better pictures but does need to be a common brand with excellent aftermarket support AND hopefully I only have to buy this once.

:flipoff2:
 
Been there
done that
and 98+% of our pictures are STILL taken with a phone.
 
Cannon DSLR 3xxxx with 75 and 300mm lenses. Buy the 300mm up lens front and a sun filter. Lots of places set "sets" with all that stuff together for a discount.


I hope you like spam :flipoff2:
 
Costco usually has great sales on these. Nikon, Cannon, whatever it may be. Go check their stock and target to spend $500-$750 and you'll be set with quality glass.

And congratulations and welcome to the "adult camera" world.
 
What's your budget?

Canon VS Nikon is the Ford VS Chevy of this market. My wife likes Nikon and currently has a D7500 which has been a solid pro-sumer piece of gear. It takes nice pics of animals... bushTITS, PUSSYcats, COCKS, etc. But really, she uses it for nature and bird photos 95% of the time and family portraits the rest.
 
Equipment will only get you so far if you don't know how to use it. Take some photography classes where you actually get out and shoot stuff, and get some critique and guidance on what you're shooting.

For example, a fisheye lens is a great tool, once you learn to zoom in just enough to crop out the barrel effect while still making your junk look thicker and longer
 
Which camera do you have?

I don't remember model #s and letters..

when I switched to sony 20 years ago I had one which you stuck disks in.. maybe 10 pics per disk.. years and a couple of models later I had one that you stuck mini-cds in to.. more recently I have had video cameras that took pictures..
 
EDIT I read his questions WRONG.. but I will leave this NOT MATCHING RESPONSE..

okay, I have my first camera and video camera on shelves in my room.. plus tons of other crap that I have collected

my first camera is a Pentax asahi k1000 se

it was a very popular camera, they sold over 3 million units.. so there were tons of accessories you could get.. I had quite a few pieces of glass.. lets go grab one.. hmm its a vivitar.. didnt remember that

just found my favorite lens on amazon used.. only I got it over 25 years ago, so this one I keep up high on a entertainment shelf I built that is taller than me..

Amazon.com : Vivitar 28-210mm Manual Focus Zoom Lens for Canon Camera : Camera Lenses : Camera & Photo

my first video camera is a Yashica in the original box Super 825

and I have a Vernon 101 Dual 8 Movie Editor
 
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I am a prime lens snob (no zoom for me). I am swinging from the Nikon D850 nut-sack only because I have so much invested in lenses... IMHO: If I were to do it all over again; Cannon hands down. :smokin:
 
Equipment will only get you so far if you don't know how to use it. Take some photography classes where you actually get out and shoot stuff, and get some critique and guidance on what you're shooting.

For example, a fisheye lens is a great tool, once you learn to zoom in just enough to crop out the barrel effect while still making your junk look thicker and longer

Thanks for the tip:flipoff2::lmao::lmao:
 
Go to a camera store if you still have one in a driving distance and talk to them. I have better deals there if I’m patient. Talk to them and tell them what your looking for and you don't mind good used equipment. Pick up last years model for 50-70 cents on the dollar and its in there because of 2 reasons. 1 It sat in the bag like most good cameras or 2 It was owned buy a camera enthusiast who upgraded and probably took great care of it.
 
I actually like the Ricoh GRIII camera's. Pretty much a point and shoot with a nice wide angle lens.

Otherwise I always like Pentax SLR sets. Affordable and good quality, can use older lens mounts.

Nikon always had good cameras as well.
 
The Army has seen fit to station me in Hawaii and I’d like to buy the wife a high quality camera. I think they’re called SLR with the detachable lenses but I’m clueless on terminology.

Ideally it is something that allows her enough features to grow with as her skills improve. We have decent enough cameras on our phones and a couple of regular handhelds but want to get something nicer.

It doesn’t need to be a new camera nor have a bunch of features that don’t result in better pictures but does need to be a common brand with excellent aftermarket support AND hopefully I only have to buy this once.

:flipoff2:

Costco sells kits that are good. Nikon or Canon. I have the 3400. It comes with two lenses and does 24 megapixel. Buy an extra battery, and a couple big memory cards. The 7xxx series one has some nice features but I doubt someone would use them until they’ve spent a few years with a lower camera.
 
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