On doing your research and the meaningless of even two generations of 'upgrades'

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On doing your research and the meaningless of even two generations of 'upgrades'

For example the Nikon APSC line did D5300 (2014 release), D5500 (2014) and D5600 (2017) 24mp cameras

They take the EXACT SAME PHOTOS with the exact same image quality as seen here


and as you can see - THE SPECS ARE AL THE SAME!


LITERALLY a person could buy a mint used D5300 over a D5600 and get the same exact photos and functionality out of the camera and save hundreds of pounds or dollars for lenses or trips or classes!

The same goes for most of the Canon EOS line 24mp - (and the previous 18mp ones) cameras from the D750 to the 850d the image quality is the same and the AF improvements are not that big.

This also goes for many other types and brands of camera.

You can save hundreds buy buying two generations back, mint used / refurbed / NEW end of line cameras

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