Honestly, I have no complaints about this camera whatsoever. I used to be a photographer at a well known portrait studio and did my own photography as well (just for fun). Previously, I owned a DSLR Canon Rebel XT 8MP. I ended up selling it after having kids because I didn't think I'd ever use it again. But then a family member AND a friend started planning their weddings and they both choose me as their photographer. I immediately knew I had to get a DSLR again. I did lots of research and initially wanted a Nikon. I ended up choosing this Canon (mostly because of the price) but also because I so loved my previous Canon. It is very user friendly and is great for amature photographers, like myself, who want to expand their photo skills. The pictures for both weddings came out fantastic! At that point, I knew I had spent my money wisely. If you're looking to give your pocket-camera-photos a major upgrade, this camera is a budget-friendly way to do that. I recommend this camera to anyone wanting their first DSLR. It's super easy to learn. The body of the camera seems lighter than the lens itself which could make it feel cheap. But once you get going and start experimenting with all the settings, your pictures look anything but cheap. I've never owned a Nikon but would like to get one eventually. I've only heard good things about it but they can be so damn expensive. This Canon is a great way to produce professional looking photos without breaking the bank.
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