My old DSLR camera is the Nikon D5000. I’ve not been satisfied with it because I bought the wrong camera. The reason would be because, the day I came to repair my Alienware M15x laptop (scratch screen because of a design flaw) my dad suddenly ask me if I want to buy my first DSLR camera. I was like soo excited and rushed my decision to buy one, without even doing my research on which one I should buy. So, it has been around 6 months since I bought the camera. Finally, I am able to sell it to my cousin’s husband for RM 3000. What I sold to him was my old camera of course with kit lens, extra batteries, a flash, camera bag, 8gb memory card, tripod, remote release and a portrait lens.

This is how my old DSLR camera look like

So about the new camera I’m going to buy. I’m interested in buying myself either Canon 7D or Canon 5D Mark II. I’ve done a lot of research by reading reviews and asking questions. So I’ve made my decision to buy myself the legendary Canon 5d Mark II. What I like about the camera is because it is a full-frame DSLR camera. What is a full-frame you say? A full-frame camera has zero crop factor or a focal length multiplier of one. A 50mm lens on a full-frame SLR captures images just like a 50mm lens on a film SLR camera. . The advantage of having a full-frame DSLRs is it can capture larger, higher quality images. Other than that, a full-frame SLRs can use standard wide-angle lenses to capture dramatic landscapes and building interiors. I’m also going to buy a EF50mm f/1.4 USM lens to take portrait pictures and a EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens to take other pictures such as landscape pictures and ect.

Going to be my next camera, hopefully soon 🙂

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