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Kjtilse Photography Tips. How to Know What Camera is Best For You.

Not sure what camera is best for you to buy?
In short, it’s basically the camera that you can afford at the time.

Check out the video that shows why you don’t necessarily need the world’s most expensive camera to take an amazing photo. Photography is subjective, you don’t necessarily need the highest pixel rate or the fastest frame rate. You just need a camera you can understand, operate and tell a story with.

Ed and I put this theory to the test. Ed who knows his way around a GoPro and your everyday point and shoot, borrowed my Canon 1DX Mii for the experiment. I shot with a Canon G7X, an everyday camera you might buy from JB Hi-FI at the airport prior to boarding a plane on your next holiday.

Thank you for taking the time to watch, always happy to answer your questions. me know what you think in the comments below. ⬇️

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  1. Hi Kurt, could you make a video on gimbals? I'd like to buy one but I'm unsure HOW they work. Are they connected to the camera via Wifi? Or are they already programmed for only certain cameras? I'd like to be able to control the camera using the button on the handle of the gimbal but I'm afraid to purchase one and it not work with my camera.

  2. Can you please do a video on how you got into photography and what jobs you had before becoming a professional photographer? I think that would be really interesting 🧐

  3. Such a good vid! Are you able to do a dedicated video for the best settings with the g7x for vlogging? I have it and use it for all my vlogs but I literally have no idea what the best settings are! My vids always look so white and washed out! I’ve tried to look for vids explaining the best but I still don’t understand it hahaha

  4. I love the concept of the video and thought it was very well edited. I agree, you don’t have the have the most expensive camera or equipment to get that perfect shot. Of course the better equipment may help with noise and sharpness etc, but overall it’s the person behind the camera that makes that shot.
    Brilliant photos by both of you and the concepts behind them. Love tour action shot with the water, something I haven’t thought about before so will take that inspiration with me; so that future action shots have movement in them.
    Would love to see any additional tips and tricks videos x

  5. This was awesome! Thanks for putting this out. Not that I spend a lot of time with a camera but, now I have ideas for when I want to use my phone for pix. By the way, what camera settings are you using for the fish eye optic illusion? How is it that you don't see the stick?

  6. Great video! Definitely gave inspiration to utilise my basic camera more and trying to get the best out of it. 🙂 And yey Ed is on board!

  7. Damn you’re talented! I have been debating getting a Canon 80D but it has a hefty price tag, so now I’m considering something like from this video. So cool 🙂

  8. Neat idea for a video and shows how important having the creative eye and skill truly are. The filming at the end was super cool and got me itching to skate!
    Also want to point out that I feel like its always blue skies when Sarah films so it's nice to see Australia has gloomy white skies too haha

  9. Love your vibe Kurt!!! So positive. Please tell Sarah to stop addressing "the haydurs"… most of us didn't even know she had any, but she brings it up so often now. Hope you guys are well. Little Fox is a doll. You're an awesome dad!!!

  10. Kurt this is a sick video idea – even just this video gave us a quick glimpse at the way you envision things and capture them so candidly. Awesome work 👍🏼

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