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Thread started 25 Aug 2014 (Monday) 03:29
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POLL: "Whats Best?"
EOS 6D
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22.5%
EOS 7D
0
0%
EOS 70D
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20%
EOS 5D Mk III
23
57.5%

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Aug 26, 2014 19:28 |  #16

yeah I vote 6D for you as well :)

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Aug 26, 2014 22:53 |  #17

The Canon 6D is a perfect fit for your budget and needs.

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Aug 28, 2014 04:10 |  #18

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I'm a shooting Fashion Editorial at the moment but I have passions in Landscape & Travel, and want to experiment more with video (GoPro got the best of me).

6D then.


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Aug 31, 2014 19:38 |  #19

When I was in college, I wasn't buying $1000s of electronics because I was spending $1000s on education. If you have a camera, I suggest you keep using it instead of an immature urge to "switch" brands.




  
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Sep 01, 2014 00:51 |  #20

Saving money is for weanies. Take out a Student Loan and purchase a complete package right now.

Some of the most successful people I know learned to manage debt by taking out student loans and buying things like stereos and cars. They still have debts but also expensive toys like sailboats.




  
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Sep 01, 2014 10:35 |  #21

skilsaw wrote in post #17128851 (external link)
Saving money is for weanies. Take out a Student Loan and purchase a complete package right now.

Some of the most successful people I know learned to manage debt by taking out student loans and buying things like stereos and cars. They still have debts but also expensive toys like sailboats.

And that's one of the big problems people on the US have, utter reliance upon credit that costs them so, so, so much more in interest than living within their means, including government. Kids are now raised as consumers with electronics, music, gaming all heavily marketed to them. Sad really.




  
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Sep 01, 2014 10:38 |  #22

HappySnapper90 wrote in post #17129367 (external link)
And that's one of the big problems people on the US have, utter reliance upon credit that costs them so, so, so much more in interest than living within their means, including government. Kids are now raised as consumers with electronics, music, gaming all heavily marketed to them. Sad really.

Totally agree


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Sep 01, 2014 21:00 |  #23
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None of them can do everything all the others can do. None of them is best. You'll have to narrow it down to better at what?


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Sep 01, 2014 22:30 |  #24

I voted 6D as well for what you said you will be shooting.

Now with that said, I would put more money in good glass rather than hoping the top of the line body will give ou what you are looking for. If you are on a budget, I would shop and spend the money on good L glass and maybe a 5D classic. I know, not conventional wizdom. But if you look at the 5D forum on here, you will be amazed at the shots those guys and gals are getting.

If you would have said sports or wildlife, I would have voted the 7D


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