What Camera to Buy For Professional Photography
Here are some thought about what cameras fit for your work as a professional photographer. As a practitioner or a professional photographer, gears are the most important factor to get trust from your customer or client. Why? Because when a client see your camera gears they feel assured that you have the best tools to serve them. It may take some more budget to spend and expensive, but hey, it’s an asset for you, and it will be worth it, trust me! The main conditions for the camera must be in Full Frame and Digital (some clients request to shoot with film, so you can add an analog camera as your asset too, will explain this later). Here are my 3 top picks Digital Full Frame Camera for Beginner Professional Photography.
- EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon
A full frame digital camera, with 30.4 Megapixels, 3.2 inch LCD Screen, 61 Point Autofocus with 41 cross type. This will assure your client with a great result and high quality pin sharp images. No doubt this is one of the best camera we have seen. For the price are varied, new or used.
- Nikon D810
Offering 36.3 Megapixels, above the EOS 5D Mark IV, Full Frame CMOS and 3.2 inch screen. The price is cheaper than EOS 5D Mark IV but the quality also terrific. It’s a great start for your business.
- Nikon D750
If you are looking for a reasonable price for a full frame camera, this is what you are looking for! Everything is set to start your business with this camera, if you are on a budget, this is it. Full Frame CMOS with 24.3 Megapixels, 51 point Autofocus, 15 cross-type and 3.2 inch tilting screen.
That’s all, my 3 best cameras at the moment to start a professional photography business. If there’s anything to add, please write on the comment column below.