- Joined Oct 8, 2007
^^^That's true. I also think it depends on your expecations and what you want to shoot. Like if I was solely an engagement or portrait photographer, you can definitely go budget and get good glass and a body for a cheaper price. Even landscape photography doesn't require much if you shoot only wide and do everything on photoshop. Then there would be no need for filers and other such things to make the overall cost more than it should. But if you are an open minded shooter and want to learn it all, this hobby definitely gets hectic. I just saw Tony and Chelsea's Sony A9 video where they shot sports and man, that thing is impressive but oddly still can be better. The buffer seemed like it was an issue and it could definitely have an increase in pixels. I'd imagine one day, a company is going to have it all and just have one camera that can be used to shoot anything.