Canon EOS 5D Mk IV
There’s an old adage that still rings true: the best camera is the one in your hands now. It’s being there that matters the most, and once there we just have to make the most of the situation with the tools at hand. The big question is which tools do we photographers venture out with in the first place? That will largely depend on what we prefer to photograph: landscapes, wildlife, sport, people, streets, architecture – each specialty will tend to dictate certain priorities. Take a landscape shoot, for example: a camera immobile on a tripod with as low an ISO and as high a resolution as possible would be the obvious tool of choice; autofocus, image stabilisation and low light performance are all largely irrelevant on landscape shoots.
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