How to choose the perfect camera

How to choose the perfect camera


– I own a lot of cameras,
like probably too many, but that’s because it
took me a really long time to figure out the style I wanted and then figure out a way
to achieve that style, which is 35 millimeter Kodak
film, I should have just known. Any who, people are always asking me, “Becca what camera should I buy?” (sigh) Guys that’s a loaded question. (bouncy pop music) There are a lot of fish
in the sea, (laughs) a.k.a cameras and they all have their strengths and weaknesses. And this is work flow, It’s all about what we personally use so keep in mind this is my personal arsenal and what you use is probably different and
if we could all have Leicas. Come on we’d all buy a Leica. First and foremost, have
some self-awareness. What are you using this camera for? In my eyes there are three
types of amateur photographers. You have your Instagrammers,
you have your Instagrammers with nice cameras and then you
have your “I take nice photos “at family events and I maybe
make a couple of bucks on the “weekend shooting head shots or weddings.” But let’s start with our Insta addicts. For you, you probably don’t want to be taking extra gear around. You probably don’t really
know what an f-stop is. That’s not a bad thing, you
just don’t know what it is. And you want something that’s portable, easy and can take with ya anywhere. Just use your phone. Buy a Pixel 3, get an iPhone 10r or 10s or one of the newest iPhones. The photos are honestly bangin’
and if you don’t believe me check out one of our reviews, especially the Pixel 3 review. We put ’em head to head and
I was like kinda shocked. Moving on we have our
“there’s no way that was shot “on a phone” Instagrammers or the novice travel photographer. You want something light and portable, maybe gives you a little depth of field and most importantly
doesn’t have you looking at a phone every time
you want to take a photo. For that I use a SONY RX100
mark 4 but I would say that Canon’s G7 X mark 2 or Lumix LX100 mark 2 are great options as well. These are a step above your phone’s camera and for around $1000 they
have really nice specs. I mean they can shoot raw, so if you are doing any post processing you’ll have a lot of
latitude in your photos. They have 4K really sharp video, better than what your phone could do. They just have like a bigger sensor so everything is a little bit cleaner. I really like about
these cameras is the EVF, or electronic view finder. It shows you exactly
what your photo’s gonna look like when you hit the shutter button. Now there’s no fancy attachments, you only get the lens that comes on it. But if your not lookin’ to like really get to know photography this
could be a great gateway to just dabble or dip your toes. “Becca, come on I know what an f-stop is.” Awesome, so let’s talk
about the big guys here. Those are the mirror less and the DSLR’s. They’re definitely a step above what we’ve talked about previously. I mean, you’re talking
about lenses and batteries and bigger bodies and a
price tag of at least $2000 for just the body of the camera alone and then a good lens is gonna be $1000. There’s just a lot more stuff including the knowledge that you’ll
have to have to use it. But let’s talk. For that I use the 5D mark 3 and at night I use an
A7S mark 2, here’s why. The 5D is incredible, I just really like it’s texture of it’s
photos, I’m really used to the Canon ecosystem including
the menus and the buttons. I just don’t think it
performs well at night, I don’t feel comfortable pushing it’s ISO. Now the A7S mark 2 does
really well in low light. Also, the A7S has an EVF and that bright view finder makes all the difference for shooting at night for me. Your camera is something very personal, it’s something that your
gonna hold in your hand more than hopefully your
phone or anything else. So go to the store, test ’em
out, feel it for yourself and get what feels best to
you because you’re the one shooting with it and
hopefully it’s something that makes you want to shoot more. All of these cameras are great
but they have their flaws. So if I could have one camera
that does everything I need, it would look a little bit like this. The most important thing for
me is a small camera body. It’s the main reason I
love my RS100 so much, not to mention the single
action electronic view finder and crazy moveable screen. I do wish it came with a grip though, it’s like super slippery. So let’s grab the small
grip from the Fuji X70 and put it on the body
of the RX100 mark 6. Now with my eye to the
view finder I really like having my shutter speed
and f-stop on my left hand. Before digital controls
these options were built into the lenses and in using
a lot of film cameras I’ve totally become accustomed to this. Nikon’s F-mount hasn’t changed since 1959 and is still compatible with
their camera values today. I appreciate that and I
have a lot of F-mount lenses and I’m gonna put an F-mount
lens system on this camera. Alright, moving to the top, I super dig the dials
on top of Fuji cameras. In general I’ve really
appreciated how Fuji has kept their controls on the
outside of their cameras instead of menus or via buttons. So let’s grab that dial on
top but I’m gonna make it an ISO dial that I can program
to be different increments. Also, I’m gonna grab that hot
shoe melt for a microflap. Alright, it’s that time,
let’s talk about a sensor. I’m gonna take the sensor
from the Sony A7R mark three. That low light range has me sold and it’s 42 mega pixels, I mean come on. And since this is my dream
camera on the side we’re putting a headphone jack,
we’re putting an XLR input, USBC, micro-HDMI and internally there’s definitely built in ND’s. (upbeat pop music) Any who, you got the camera,
you got literally the sickest shot you’ve ever taken in your life and you want to make some tight edits and then post it somewhere. If I’m on my phone or using my RX100 I usually just use Instagram’s
in house editing tools. I’m typically only like muddying
the blacks with some blue and upping the contrast and
that does everything I need But if I wanted to take it a step further, Lightroom is incredible on mobile and better yet, it’s free. So if you don’t have this downloaded and you make edits to
photos on your phone, go, go right now. If I’m on my desktop, that
usually means that I shot on an A7S or a Canon and I have a raw file and for that Lightroom all the way. It is expensive but it has all the tools and I’m really used to it. Now some people complain
about it’s work flow, it can be confusing, like
where did all my photos go but as long as you keep
your folders organized and your starring things
and then deleting things you don’t need it’s really not that hard. Lightroom, she expensive. So if you don’t quite
have the money for that there’s this awesome
program called RawTherapee. It can open raw and tif and jpeg files and it has a lot of
tools that Lightroom has but it’s free and they’re
constantly making updates to it via their blog, so check them out. This series wouldn’t be possible without our sponsor CapitalOne. They’re reimagining banking
by offering accounts that have no fees or minimums and can be open from
anywhere in five minutes. CaptialOne, what’s in your wallet? (upbeat pop music) I know I didn’t mention
a single Fuji camera and I’m so sorry because
they have a cult following and I know you’re out there, including one of our directors here,
Vjeran, he loves his. I just had never got into
it but soon enough I’ll get my hands on one and
I’ll be #fujiframez too. So hold tight for that, alright. And for now let’s make bad
decisions and fly drones inside. (drone buzzing) Yeah! Oh my God.

100 Comments

  • The Verge

    November 15, 2018

    What’s your favorite camera?

    Reply
  • Izzy Osman

    November 15, 2018

    So, you want a Nikon z7…?

    Reply
  • Aman Rn

    November 15, 2018

    Easy. If money is not your main concern, then goes to sony rx1! It got all what u needs 🤙🏻

    Reply
  • Martino Wong

    November 15, 2018

    What about cheaper mirrorless cameras? Like the Sony a6000 line; I have a NEX 6 and so far I’m super happy with it; more capable than a point and shoot but less expensive than a full frame DSLR

    Reply
  • Gabriel Perez

    November 15, 2018

    We heart Becca!

    Reply
  • Float

    November 15, 2018

    I use the 4 camera system:

    The camera you always have with you: Your phone, for impromptu shots and things that don't require amazing pictures.

    The camera you take out just in case: a small pocket camera like the RX100, G7X, or a small film compact like the GR1 or Klasse. The camera for when you are going out with friends or just going on a walk and might see something you what to photograph.

    The camera you plan when to take out: Micro 4/3 or larger sensor (or film) interchangeable lens camera and a few lenses. This is a camera you use when you know you are going somewhere you want you take photos of or have a planned shoot/subject. The one you take out for "good" photos.

    The fun camera: Something a bit out of the ordinary or unusual. For most digital photographers this is basically any film camera. For film photographers this is usually a weird film camera (lomography) or a different format than what they normally shoot (APS, MF, LF)

    For me the cameras are: HTC 10, Pentax Espio 120SW, Olympus Pen-F (digital) with 3 fast primes, and a Yashica Electro 35 GTN or Pentax Spotmatic F
    However the year before it was: Blackberry Priv, Sony RX100v, Hasselblad Xpan, Spotmatic F.

    Reply
  • Andrew Faull

    November 15, 2018

    You forgot about those of us that do enough video that it has us reconsidering our ecosystem (I've shot Nikon for years). But still take enough stills that jumping to a full time video cam isn't possible and the Autofocus of the GH5 concerns us.

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  • Thom Bartley

    November 16, 2018

    I love The Verge, it's my favourite site on the web but the advice here is very odd (Objectively, not subjectively because I like a particular brand) and in parts factually inaccurate. Love seeing you create photography content but get someone on this who knows their stuff. Lots of love, a professional photographer and camera nerd.

    Reply
  • tzouzi

    November 16, 2018

    I don't think these are the best options for most people for something around 1000$. What if is someone is more serious about photography but doesn't have 2k for a camera…

    Reply
  • NSXTypeRGTRLM

    November 16, 2018

    Terrible commercial.

    And overall, just poor camera advice. Doesn't make much sense to split your camera choice between two mounts even when you factor in adaptors.

    Reply
  • liam something

    November 16, 2018

    Kind of shocked you didn't mention something like a Canon t7i or Sony a6000. They are way more versatile than the Sony Rx100 where you're stuck with the single lens. If someone is truly becoming interested in photography, the best and most affordable recommendation would be a entry level DSLR or Mirrorless with a cheap prime.

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  • Jack Campbell

    November 16, 2018

    I enjoyed this video, like it was well done…. but what is its purpose? You’re telling me someone who could buy a canon 5D mark 3 watches this video am is sold on the product? And the cell phone one just seemed like a no brainer?

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  • James van der Moezel

    November 16, 2018

    Tell me more about 35mm!

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  • Waves-

    November 16, 2018

    Is this the one who sold a Galaxy s7 for $20?

    Reply
  • WEKRAYS

    November 16, 2018

    As Linus, at the end "it depends".

    Reply
  • Sri

    November 16, 2018

    can anyone identify the blue jacket she's wearing ?

    Reply
  • James

    November 16, 2018

    But seriously: what’s that yellow looking camera beside her that she doesn’t mention once in the vid

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  • Adrian Candelario

    November 16, 2018

    at least 2k? dont scare people even the t6i takes really good pictures

    Reply
  • sarang mahatme

    November 16, 2018

    This Video is missing budget segments she jump to 2k missing the gap from 1000/1500$ !!

    Reply
  • Mohammed Abdullah

    November 16, 2018

    The best camera is the one that you have.

    Reply
  • Minhaj Malik

    November 16, 2018

    A Pentax KP with some awesome vintage K mount lenses can produce exquisite pictures. I myself use a humble A6000 with a vintage Takumar 50mm f/1.4 using an adapter.

    Reply
  • VenomTOAST

    November 16, 2018

    just get a good apsc mirrorless or dslr for around 600 and 1 or 2 primes

    Reply
  • Christian Vincent Literatus

    November 16, 2018

    More of Becca please…

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  • Chanunnaki

    November 16, 2018

    Fujifilm X-T3 = best camera on the planet right now in terms of value + function

    Reply
  • Ngakak Guling

    November 16, 2018

    becca my fav the verge host

    Reply
  • Depot msa

    November 16, 2018

    I NEED A GFX R !

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  • XA Productions

    November 16, 2018

    hey, next time eq that fan noise out. that low-end noise is distracting.

    Reply
  • Siopao.Sauce

    November 16, 2018

    There are grip bumps for the RX100 series.

    Who has tried Raw Therapee? How does it compare to something like DarkTable?

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  • Eduardo Hernandez

    November 16, 2018

    How about the Fuji camera you mentioned was your favorite?

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  • iNoccent SB

    November 16, 2018

    What kind of amateur buys professional gear at 2k for the camera and 1k for the lens? Holy moly!
    Buy a used midrange camera (like a Nikon D5300) and a solid all purpose Lens (like a Sigma 17-50 mm F2,8) and you are good to go…
    Also have a look at dpreview and dxomark for some quality reviews if you are unsure what to get.

    Reply
  • Der Krazy Kraut

    November 16, 2018

    I still use my 5d Mark II after 10 years lol

    Reply
  • Ryon Atkinson

    November 16, 2018

    I have a d 750

    Reply
  • azt3ca

    November 16, 2018

    Very good comparison. My camera of choice (for the past 5 years) is the first a7r with the Zeiss 55mm f1.8. Love it to death.

    Reply
  • bugxmusic

    November 16, 2018

    so her dream camera is basically a Fuji Xpro 2?

    Reply
  • Arlan Correia

    November 16, 2018

    becca farsace is my favorite person from the verge so far. more photography videos

    Reply
  • Aljo Antony

    November 16, 2018

    Beginner camera for macro, landscape and wildlife photography?

    Reply
  • ふくすけ

    November 16, 2018

    I'm learning hw to use camera!
    Hmm, interesting!!

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  • Alessio Michelini

    November 16, 2018

    I'm worried that the host is more worried of how the camera looks that why you actually need camera X instead of Y

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  • Alessio Michelini

    November 16, 2018

    "The EVF shows you exactly what your photo is going to look like" – Like ANY EVF 😐

    Reply
  • LordArioh

    November 16, 2018

    I'd recommend to get used old 5D or 5D2 or Nikon old FF equivalent or even old high end APS-C like 40D (I'm not familiar with Nikon equivalent) couple of cheap zoom lenses and while you practice you'll get the idea what improvements do you need. If after a year of practice you still have no idea what you need from your camera, you haven't been practicing enough.

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  • Arun Daz

    November 16, 2018

    SnapSeed is also nice

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  • Timo Tio

    November 16, 2018

    0:00 "I own a LOT of cameras, like probably….."
    Ok, could you give me? cause i don't have one XD

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  • Joshua Solanke

    November 16, 2018

    so if you have so many camera please give me one i’m a phone photographer and don’t have the money to upgrade like a sl2 and no my mom doesn’t let me get a new phone so that’s why boom

    Reply
  • Shadow Player

    November 16, 2018

    how do you know that i need this video?

    Reply
  • Arthur Vincent Simon

    November 16, 2018

    Should I start with Lightroom CC or Lightroom Classic?

    Reply
  • Gavin

    November 16, 2018

    You are not hip if you dont use 35 mm and kodak film.

    Reply
  • bandidong tulisan

    November 16, 2018

    Love love love this 😍 right on the money 🤑

    Reply
  • Dr juggernaut Singh

    November 16, 2018

    You missed the most sold DSLR Canon 80D which is exactly same as Canon 5Dmark4 except the sensor size and much much cheaper, also Canon rebel series DSLRS start at 500 dollars !!

    Reply
  • JB PADILLA

    November 16, 2018

    Why will you put the I/O ports where your grip is?

    Reply
  • Ajax

    November 16, 2018

    Canon Hs 740 is good for the price and better then a phone

    Reply
  • nazhif1

    November 16, 2018

    The closest thing to your dream camera is probably the RX1R II. Compact, 42MP full frame, great EVF, mic jack, aperture ring, hotshoe

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  • Sean Adams

    November 16, 2018

    I am not sure why Lightroom was called expensive (going so far as to say it twice). 10 bucks gets one access to both Photoshop and Lightrooms latest versions. This also gives you access to special features in the free version that was praised so highly. By contrast, a perpetual license for Capture One would set the average shooter back $300. You'd have to pay for Adobe's solution for nearly 3 years before getting to the day one out of pocket cost of Capture One.

    It's truly confusing why Lightroom was singled out for price.

    Having said all that, while the video did include some useful advice it did not quite live up to the promise of the title. It was more an incomplete overview of the choices than a breakdown of what the important choice were. I say incomplete because she leaped from the cell phone to the point and shoot and then again to high end dslr but skipped competent mid range shooters like the Olympus Pen E-PL9 and the Canon M50.

    And I think the most egregious omission was not giving the advice of buying an OLD camera. Not necessarily old like 20 or 30 years, but cameras within the last 3 to 6 years are actually pretty good and are not priced out in the stratosphere. You can get a Sony A7 with a lens for less than $1000 now. Amazon has deals on cameras from the oft underrated and more often ignored Pentax system that come with multiple lenses for good prices.

    This video could have been so much more without necessarily being much longer.

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  • joaopedrodesign

    November 16, 2018

    pfff…. I spent ~1000€ on my Sony A7, and it is a banger, no "need" to go to the A7III (>2000€) to take amazing photos..

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  • R H

    November 16, 2018

    Just get a good smartphone. 99% of the time it will make the job done and you dont have to deal with another setup.
    Recently i ditched my DSLR (D5200) and now lately I am wondering myself why do companies like canon and Nikon even have entry level camera when you can actually take better pictures with the iphone. I dont even have to mention superior video quality and also better resolution?

    TLDR- If you are not professional or not intending to be one, get a Smarphone and save yourself

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  • The Hiarchially Posessed Ghost

    November 16, 2018

    Although the presenter isn't as knowledgeable as some here, it is cool to see her promoting Rawtherapee to beginners. Using Rawtherapee sure helped me get better at editing, and I learned much more than I ever would have using Lightroom. Now, I could probably afford Adobe CC, but I prefer the look I get out of Rawtherapee, in comparison to the ACR raw engine.

    Reply
  • Havoc on wheels

    November 16, 2018

    make a video on camera for videographer

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  • Alejandro Delgado Ortega

    November 16, 2018

    Great video. Excellent info. Txs.

    Reply
  • Winson Shuen

    November 16, 2018

    I super like Becca. Keep up the good work!

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  • Roberto Fuentes

    November 17, 2018

    love the dream camera part, it was super fun

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  • Tyler Atwood

    November 17, 2018

    OMGGGGG these comments… she's CLEARLY talking about beginner, amateur, professional in her three steps of talking about the cameras. Coming from a working professional photographer NO you cannot find a new updated quality professional camera for less than about 2grand. Her statements were 100% accurate. Stop commenting like you know it all if you clearly know nothing about the camera industry.

    Reply
  • Tim Laurel

    November 17, 2018

    I had to laugh out loud when you had mic jacks & an XLR input on the sidebody: Sony & Canon will never let that happen in our lifetimes

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  • Bene C

    November 17, 2018

    Very interesting going thru the purchase stage at the moment as dropping down from Olympus omd em5 MK II due to health and still want to get shots at air show's and stuff so having real fun trying to find one great report stay safe

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  • anuj bajracharya

    November 17, 2018

    For people with low budget, sony A6000 is a great camera. Its mirrorless, has interchangeable lens system, and takes great photos. Plus it's like only 500$ for the body. Just get yourself a A6000 and a 35mm or 50mm or even the new sigma 16mm and you're done.

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  • muddylondon

    November 17, 2018

    All Canon and Sony, no Nikon. WTH??

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  • Zorc

    November 18, 2018

    This video is for advance users.

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  • Bipradeep Das

    November 18, 2018

    3:46 🐕 (background)

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  • Christopher Lim Xian Da

    November 18, 2018

    Meanwhile I'm still patiently waiting for Photos on Mac to get back to Aperture levels of performance… It's good enough for most people, can process RAW files pretty good, and is getting quite powerful now. But… batch edits please Apple…

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  • Hudson Hintze

    November 18, 2018

    yo she JUMPED from point and shoots to bank breaking cameras like that

    Reply
  • InvisibleNemo

    November 18, 2018

    have you tried the eos R? What’s your take on it?

    Reply
  • Adeeb Md

    November 19, 2018

    I now still have to suffice with the D90 thinking of filming but eh very bad

    Reply
  • CocBestWarAttacks

    November 19, 2018

    thank you sir because of u i started this channel again thnx

    Reply
  • Ashwin karthik

    November 19, 2018

    I think the A7iii is JUST the one everyone DESIRES! ITS ONE HELL OF A SHARPSHOOTER!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE MINE!!!

    Reply
  • stealthis

    November 20, 2018

    Of course this is sponsored by Capital One. It should be renamed "How to choose the perfect camera, a rich person's guide". Suggesting the Pixel 3 out of the gate or iPhone XS!? And then ultra premium point and shoot recommendations that don't even have changeable lenses? Insanity. If you really must have just a larger sensor, you can buy older DSLRs and mirrorless models, save a lot of money, and see how you like them. Even the oldest camera with a larger sensor will outperform a smaller sensor. Personally, I think Full Frame is overrated too. It's more expensive, it's larger, it's heavier, you must have full frame lenses… everything is just more. APS-C still gives good results while lightening the load. This chick really is too into photography, a level of immersion that the general public will NOT get or finance. I have no doubt that she would venture into Phase One or Hassleblad medium format if she had more money.

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  • Ben Anderson

    November 20, 2018

    How do you feel about VSCO? It’s my go-to photo editor and but I feel limited.

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  • Trace Bowen

    November 20, 2018

    These are not at all good cameras to recommend for beginners. You should recommend LUMIX G7 for the third level. But $1,000 for a level two camera is stupid and for level one, you do not need to go get a new top of the line phone. Just use the one you have.

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  • Victor Abarca

    November 21, 2018

    Wow Becca this video is soooo good! Every single time that I watch my camera gear box it’s like “ok, I have a problem, first step: find help”. And after watching your video… it’s like “ok, so I’m not the only one!” Please keep up with this series of camera videos, they are super great. Thank you!

    Reply
  • Alix Diaconis

    November 21, 2018

    aka cameras 😀 gets me everytime

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  • Bil Kc

    November 22, 2018

    I'm a professional photographer, a friend told me about "what was said" on this video and it was like "WHAT???". Then he sent me the link… ARE YOU SERIOUS??? This how you expect helping people to choose a camera???
    This is what i got —–> 1st advice is "go buy one of last smartphone"
    3:19 this is not how we manipulate a lens… BRAVO

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  • Grayden Knoll

    November 24, 2018

    Why do i never see anybody using the new lightroom?

    Reply
  • zoheb saikia

    November 24, 2018

    Great video as always…Verge is just top class.

    Reply
  • Jon Masters

    November 26, 2018

    You described a dream camera very similar to a Sony a6000/6300/6500. I've been rocking an a6000 since it came out and I am still very impressed by it.

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  • Aleksander Sukiasov

    November 26, 2018

    I have bought Canon M50 + Neewer 35mm F/1.7. That's exact the same lens, shown at 4:43. Very happy with both camera & lens.

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  • Yoan Mitov

    November 28, 2018

    Nowadays you can get an excellent (APS-C) camera for less than a $1000 (or 500 used). And good lenses don't have to cost more than a grand either.

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  • chemicalsam

    November 28, 2018

    Just get a starter canon kit

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  • BlazingSerenade

    November 30, 2018

    You don't need a DSLR to start shooting, just pick up a Diana off Ebay and start shooting

    Reply
  • Bruno Abreu

    December 1, 2018

    Ok. I would do pretty much the same modification you have done to get the perfect camera. Guess what?! Back in 2015, Panasonic almost did it! With the GM-5, coupled with an Panasonic Leica 15mm you get pretty close the ideal camera.

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  • Maarten Blij

    December 6, 2018

    Between the Sony RX100 series and the Canon / sony camera's, there is a LOT of choice. Like, a lot a lot.

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  • starlyn

    December 8, 2018

    Does anyone have a recommendation if I have $500 and want a camera that also films? It doesn't have to be professional but just better than the average phone. I want to start an online business one day.

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  • Pranshu Verma

    December 14, 2018

    Nice vid.

    Reply
  • Josh Sinclair

    December 26, 2018

    Wth 😪

    Reply
  • Bello Alaba

    December 26, 2018

    please what camera do you suggest I get to be able to a shoot freestyle videos ?

    Reply
  • YouTube Girl

    December 26, 2018

    Truth we would all buy a Leica

    Reply
  • Hariom Vyas

    December 29, 2018

    Well seeing your old episode. I thought you bought S9+ but you have S9 in your hand.

    Reply
  • Taylor Maio

    January 2, 2019

    Shameful…

    Reply
  • Nic Pachunka

    February 3, 2019

    THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS THE PERFECT CAMERA

    Reply
  • YourTechGuy

    February 27, 2019

    Nice video, but honestly even 20 dollar canon d300 with 40 dollar lens can outperform most phones

    Reply
  • thetoastybagel

    July 11, 2019

    Becca should make more videos!

    Reply
  • ticklehug

    July 12, 2019

    I don't get this video. It's targeted at beginners clearly, "you probably don't know what an f stop is". Why is she recommending top of the line gear exactly which is catered towards professionals? She says we would all be using Leca's if we could afford them, but then says that she uses a 5D and a Sony A7 which together can easily buy you a Leica. I'm so confused.

    Reply
  • Nav Haus

    July 23, 2019

    No no im not going anywhere ok 😅

    Reply
  • Plasmatic Shock

    August 19, 2019

    Not the videos for beginners aye

    Reply

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