Which one is the Best camera for Wedding Photography ?

3 months 21 hours ago #671835 by mediaspotstudio
im searching to find the best camera for wedding photography especially candid photography, please suggest me few cameras ! 


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3 months 19 hours ago #671841 by KCook
As a guest or as a professional?

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Canon 50D, Olympus PL2
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3 months 19 hours ago #671843 by Nikon Shooter
I have seen good works done with almost anything…
pick one you like and can afford.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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3 months 17 hours ago #671846 by mediaspotstudio
professional


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3 months 16 hours ago #671851 by Instamixes
Canon EOS 5D Mark III  

Canon EOS 5D Mark III is one of the best cameras of wedding photography and also useful for candid photography.


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3 months 16 hours ago #671852 by Nikon Shooter

mediaspotstudio wrote: professional


Really? This being possibly the last question
I would expect from a professional…

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3 months 6 hours ago #671946 by effron
Canon 1Dx or a Nikon D5

Why so serious?
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2 months 4 weeks ago #671986 by garyrhook

mediaspotstudio wrote: professional


This question scares me.


Assuming you're asking for yourself, if you have to ask, you're not a professional.

If your intention is to move into wedding photography, you have a lot of learning to do, and don't need the best equipment to start.

Please, please don't expect people to pay you to learn your craft. That just gives photographers a bad name.


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2 months 4 weeks ago #672003 by mediaspotstudio
Its just i like to know whats high end professionals prefer. im just a professional not high end. im using 6d for candid and Mark 3 for function shot..


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2 months 4 weeks ago #672004 by pixelster
  • Best DSLRs for Wedding Photography
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  • Canon EOS 1 Dx
  • Canon EOS 6D (backup camera)
  • Nikon D800
  • Nikon D4s
  • Nikon D610 (backup camera)
  • Sony Alpha A99


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2 months 4 weeks ago #672005 by pixelster
yes you are right.


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2 months 4 weeks ago - 2 months 4 weeks ago #672040 by garyrhook

mediaspotstudio wrote: Its just i like to know whats high end professionals prefer. im just a professional not high end. im using 6d for candid and Mark 3 for function shot..


Well, see, that's very helpful information. It clarifies the intent of your question.

(I think that) it's important to understand that "professionals" shot weddings with Nikon D90s and Canon 5Ds for many years. Neither of those are impressive cameras by today's standards.

It's not the equipment. If you have a 5D mk III, you have a camera that's been used for countless weddings.

There is no "best". There's "I can achieve my goals with this equipment".


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2 months 4 weeks ago #672044 by Shadowfixer1
The best camera is one that you know how to use without having to think about how to operate it. An older camera that you know inside out is better than a brand new super duper one where you have to think about how to operate it. Familiarity is the key. That doesn't mean you shouldn't upgrade or switch systems, it just means you need to be familiar with whatever you are using. 

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2 months 3 weeks ago #672628 by fmw
Which one is the Best camera for Wedding Photography ?

The one with the best photographer behind it.  The equipment is unimportant.  It is whatever the photographer likes to use.  How it is used is what matters.


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2 months 3 weeks ago #672629 by Nikon Shooter
This, to me has the same value as:
"What is the best pen to write a poem!"

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