Choose the best stock footage and travel camera?

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Mark Scott Abeln
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If you are a beginner...
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If you are a beginner, then pretty much any basic camera could help you learn. Maybe even a smartphone camera, if you have one. As a general principle, use what you have until you reach its limits.

Otherwise, an advanced camera could even make your results worse, as they have so many complicated controls. All too often, beginners with new cameras complain that they got better results from their smartphones.

I would suggest learning first before you attempt professional-level activities.

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