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I'm new here, I just buy a Nikon d7200 with nikon 18-105mm n sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 n now I want to buy a sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 or go for full frame d750 first anyone can help thanks
 

Edwin Francis

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Do you realise your current lenses are DX (crop frame)? You'd have to replace them if you switch to a full-frame, at least if you want to it effectively.

Which leads to the question -- WHY do you want to change?
 

undergrd

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I'm new here, I just buy a Nikon d7200 with nikon 18-105mm n sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 n now I want to buy a sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 or go for full frame d750 first anyone can help thanks
You just gotten your D7200 and you want to go to D750. Why dun u go straight to D750 in the first place before investing in D7200?
 

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I'm first time I not understand what is dx-fx

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I going for pss basic photography course n I understand dx-fx ahhh

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sin77

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U understand doesn't mean u have to get. Your instructor probably poisoned u so deeply without explaining needs analysis. D7200 is still a very competent camera and hold many advantages over full frame. Look at my gears, i have so many, and can easily afford full frame but i didnt.

Actually what do u shoot to warrant a full frame? Many beginners keep upgrading for the sake of doing so, without looking into their real needs. Rest for a few months n u will realise it is not necessary for u to get one. Go out shoot more to outgrow your existing one first. Having a better or more expensive camera doesn't guarantee it will translate into better pictures.

If u r really insistent and have the budget, then go ahead. U will face more dilemma with lenses later on. Good luck gear head.
 

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catchlights

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Go finish your course first, than shoot with your existing gears for a year or two, collect 20 pieces of your best work from various topics you have shot. Look at them, you will know what you really need by than.
 

DSolZ

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Also full frame is heavy ..... Those big lens .... Personally I won't want to drag them around espeically if it is for travel
 

catchlights

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#10
think more on how to shoot, think less of what gears should own.





I fear not a photographer who use 10,000 dollars camera to shoot 1 photo, but I fear the photographer who sold 1 photo for 10,000 dollars.

~me~
 

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