New gear, better results?
The above sentence, is an equation that not always prove true, but most of the time it is.
New camera very often provide you with quality increase and maybe give you also the input to go and play with it (it's your new toy, after all! :-)
Is true that gear alone rarely produce better results, but when you see the results that a professional camera deliver compared to an hobbyst's one... well, you must try for yourself.
Now I write this blog because I'm pondering to do the last step of my photography growth as for gear: buying a full frame camera.
Since I'm a user of Nikon brand as you can see in my biographical notes, I am considering the D700 as the best choice. I do not shoot sport or events that needs fast burst as a priority, so that should fit well with me.
I also plan to get more RAM memory for my computer, to deal with the bigger file size produced by this camera. My hard disk instead is pretty capable right now.
I'm just waiting the next monthly payment from my microstock sales and will send the order for the new 'baby'. Then will start a new phase of my stock photography career.
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