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Canon camera and lens are worth a try. They do produce some really great lens for wedding photography. Check out this detail buying guide: http://whatphotographygear.com/photography-gadgets/canon-lenses-for-wedding-photography.html
Consider a Canon EOS Rebel T6. It’s a DSLR for Beginners and the EOs Rebel T6 is one of the best you can get for the novice category. It has all the power and performance of a top-notch DSLR without the spec-heavy weight of a professional-grade shooter. The T6 includes an ISO range of 100-6400 (expandable to H: 12800) for solid performance under any lighting conditions. And it includes WiFi and NFC technology for sharing your images and quickly uploading them to hardware platforms. http://whatphotographygear.com/cameras/best-mirrorless-cameras-with-flip-screen.html
I think if I were buying now I’d get the fuji. The only thing that’s stop me is the supposed issue where fuji raw files are difficult to work with..
Definitely recommend Canon t6i! This is a DSLR with a megapixel of 24.2MP, it has the highest resolution in all Canon APS-C cameras. very easy to use and possibly the most affordable DSLR options in the market. Check out a full comparison betwee t6i and a list of other similar options here: http://whatphotographygear.com/cameras/best-youtube-cameras.htmlJuly 1, 2017 at 12:49 AM in reply to: Looking into 4k cameras to go with my current NX 100 #215760
I’ve been using a Nikon D500 for some time and it’s definitely worth a try. You get much more camera for your money – the D500’s specs easily outstrip the D750’s.
Not that I’m aware of. Most apps will re-encode your original DVD video as long as you attempt to make any changes to it. http://whatphotographygear.com/
I have been playing around with my DJI Phantom 4 for months now, this drone is fantastic! Takes only one and half an hour to fully charge and it’s kind of quick compared to many others. What I like most is the excellent camera it carries with it. Besides all this it can fly up to 30 minutes, probably one of the longest compared to others(comparison list here: http://whatphotographygear.com/photography-gadgets/best-selfie-drones.html).
The free Youtube video editor tool has just newly released feature with which you can blur out moving faces or any other objects, say license plat etc. I just tested myself and it works pretty well. So I made a video about how to use it, here is the tutorial:
Cyberlink Powerdirector is actually a full video and audio editing package, so if you’ve learned how to use it I’m guessing you must have some sort of editing skills. In that case Sony Vegas Pro or Adobe Premiere can be a good replacement for you. But if you just want to complete a few simple tasks, a light video editing program like Movavi or Filmora can be a good choice. They are designed for beginners but with lots of advanced editing features which can meet most of your demands indeed. You can check out more editing features here: http://windows-10-movie-maker.com/