Chalo .......let's go.
My first DSLR D3100 combined with Nikkor 55-300 mm ...
I totally agree with you.The most important issue and often the most overlooked is skill. As we plan our gear upgrade path, we should also plan our skill upgrade plan. It is easy to own great gear but extremely difficult to use them even to a fraction of their potential. My two cents
Was is more like it. Both the DR and the MP are better in the newer ones, and so is the high ISO. Here is a comparisonIt is one of the finest beginners DSLR .
And then there are places that you can take your Maruti but cannot FerrariI totally agree with you.
It's easier to learn to drive Maruthi 800 than a Ferrari.
I would suggest that you avoid cheap filters. Use either Hoya or B&W. Both are good. The B&W and Hoya high end have thinner profile and are coated with dust and fingerprint repelling coating.I just spend now on nikkor lens and flash, let me wait for good bonus and overtime from company to get Nikon 7200 as fianl. Now in search of filters, diffusers and other small items which will not drain my pocket.
That is true. You can also get excellent results with a cell phone if the light is good and the scene fills your viewfinder. Here are some with a 5MP NokiaSorry for butting in the discussion.
From what I understood from this thread is, one can get high-quality results with a good lens even when used on a relatively older body. And not straight away look for a higher spec body and use it with a relatively slower lens.