Question Some advices on best canon cameras for newbies ?

Feb 13, 2020
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Hi all,
I'm pretty new to camera or photographer. I'm seeking for some Canon cams worth around 2000$ which is easy for newbie to use. I intend to take some photos of my products for my social media channel. Thank you guys so much
 

Artaius

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Hi @The Smoke Club, we have a very useful best Canon cameras guide on the site, which would be a good starting point.

Do you already have Canon lenses, or is there any particular reason why you're after Canon bodies? There's no right or wrong answer, but if you're shooting product photography then there might be other cameras that might better suit your needs in terms of resolution etc.
 
Feb 13, 2020
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thesmokeclub.vn
Hi @The Smoke Club, we have a very useful best Canon cameras guide on the site, which would be a good starting point.

Do you already have Canon lenses, or is there any particular reason why you're after Canon bodies? There's no right or wrong answer, but if you're shooting product photography then there might be other cameras that might better suit your needs in terms of resolution etc.
Not yet, cause some of my friends who own similar kind of store using Canon too. If you say so, can you give me some advice miss ?
 

Artaius

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I'm not a miss, but I'll give you advice anyway ;-)

If you have friends who use Canon kit then it might be sensible to follow suit – Canon makes great cameras and lenses anyway, but having the option to borrow lenses or get shooting advice from people using the same stuff is very useful if you're just starting out in photography.

If you want to take your product shots in the highest resolution, I would recommend looking at the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III (review here). It's the most affordable way to get 50MP and 80MP images, which would mean you can shoot your products in super hi-res!
 
Feb 13, 2020
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thesmokeclub.vn
I'm not a miss, but I'll give you advice anyway ;-)

If you have friends who use Canon kit then it might be sensible to follow suit – Canon makes great cameras and lenses anyway, but having the option to borrow lenses or get shooting advice from people using the same stuff is very useful if you're just starting out in photography.

If you want to take your product shots in the highest resolution, I would recommend looking at the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III (review here). It's the most affordable way to get 50MP and 80MP images, which would mean you can shoot your products in super hi-res!
Oops, looking at your avatar i thought you are a girl, so sorry about that :((( I will take a look at that camera. Thanksalot bro
 
The 90D came out last year and seems to be a pretty amazing camera based on the stats, it carries more megapixels than my 5DIV which would be good for you if you're doing product shots and has the newest image processing hardware built into the camera. If you need more megapixels than that and are trying to stick with Canon you could look into getting a used 5DS which shoots 50MP but might not have some of the features of newer cameras. But if you are shooting still shots and product photography that shouldn't be an issue.
 
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The 90D came out last year and seems to be a pretty amazing camera based on the stats, it carries more megapixels than my 5DIV which would be good for you if you're doing product shots and has the newest image processing hardware built into the camera. If you need more megapixels than that and are trying to stick with Canon you could look into getting a used 5DS which shoots 50MP but might not have some of the features of newer cameras. But if you are shooting still shots and product photography that shouldn't be an issue.
Resolution on the eos m6 mark ii is
6960 x 4640 compared to the resolution of the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III

5184 x 3888

I believe that you will find the Canon 90D has the same senor, and resolution.
 

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