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Jun 18, 2017 00:58:48   #
radhome (new user)
 
I am debating between the Nikon D5600 and the Canon Rebel T7i

I have been using a Nikon D50 and a Canon Rebel T1i and looking to upgrade in the next week. I put more emphasis on stills and very rarely do video, close to never. The Nikon bundle I am looking at is more inexpensive than the Canon's and includes more accessories and equipment, I am leaning more towards the Nikon since I will receive more for my money. Both cameras seem pretty similar to me overall but I would like to hear from more experienced photographers. I wouldn't say I am a beginner but I am a college Art major who wants (more like desperately needs) an upgrade since I did all I could do with my other cameras but don't want to go into debt. I don't need the newest and the best, but something reliable and cost effective. Any advice is welcome!

Thank you!

PS, the Nikon D7200, although is available as a refurb, isn't something I will be able to afford with the lenses and everything else on top of the body. The Sony Alphas are also quite pricey when looking into the lenses and other equipment plus has less options than Canon and Nikon, so I would prefer to stick to the two options I have asked about, thanks again!!! :)
 
Jun 18, 2017 01:02:06   #
BHC (a regular here)
 
radhome wrote:
I have been using a Nikon D50 and a Canon Rebel T1i and looking to upgrade in the next week. I put more emphasis on stills and very rarely do video, close to never. The Nikon bundle I am looking at is more inexpensive than the Canon's and includes more accessories and equipment, I am leaning more towards the Nikon since I will receive more for my money. Both cameras seem pretty similar to me overall but I would like to hear from more experienced photographers. I wouldn't say I am a beginner but I am a college Art major who wants (more like desperately needs) an upgrade since I did all I could do with my other cameras but don't want to go into debt. I don't need the newest and the best, but something reliable and cost effective. Any advice is welcome!

Thank you!

PS, the Nikon D7200, although is available as a refurb, isn't something I will be able to afford with the lenses and everything else on top of the body. The Sony Alphas are also quite pricey when looking into the lenses and other equipment plus has less options than Canon and Nikon, so I would prefer to stick to the two options I have asked about, thanks again!!! :)
I have been using a Nikon D50 and a Canon Rebel T1... (show quote)

Which cameras are you considering for the upgrade?
Jun 18, 2017 01:04:19   #
radhome (new user)
 
BHC wrote:
Which cameras are you considering for the upgrade?


The Nikon D5600 and the Canon Rebel T7i are the two I am deciding between :)
Jun 18, 2017 01:06:45   #
Apaflo (a regular here)
 
BHC wrote:
Which cameras are you considering for the upgrade?

Is it safe to assume the title means something?

For the OP, go for the Nikon.
Jun 18, 2017 01:11:05   #
BHC (a regular here)
 
radhome wrote:
The Nikon D5600 and the Canon Rebel T7i are the two I am deciding between :)

I apologize; I missed the title of your thread. Senior moment! Have you looked at a refurbished Nikon D7100?
Jun 18, 2017 01:11:24   #
mas24 (a regular here)
 
Both the Nikon D50 and the Canon Rebel T1i are two cameras that need an upgrade. IMO. If you don't want to spend a lot of money, consider the Nikon D3300 or the Canon T5i. Refurbished even less expensive.
 
Jun 18, 2017 01:11:33   #
letmedance (a regular here)
 
Apaflo wrote:
Is it safe to assume the title means something?

For the OP, go for the Nikon.


Which brand have you been most pleased with?
What lens do you own and wish to use on the new purchase?
Jun 18, 2017 01:13:37   #
BHC (a regular here)
 
Apaflo wrote:
Is it safe to assume the title means something?

For the OP, go for the Nikon.

Damn, you're quick to criticize others; it only took you four minutes!
Jun 18, 2017 01:18:59   #
radhome (new user)
 
Apaflo wrote:
Is it safe to assume the title means something?

For the OP, go for the Nikon.


Sorry, I'm new to this forum and am used to posing the question as the topic.

OP?
Jun 18, 2017 01:21:07   #
BHC (a regular here)
 
radhome wrote:
Sorry, I'm new to this forum and am used to posing the question as the topic.

OP?

Not your fault at all! I'm just getting old and stupid!
Jun 18, 2017 01:22:07   #
radhome (new user)
 
I was more pleased with the Canon, but the Canon T1i is very different from the Nikon D50 so it's hard to compare them on the same level IMO
 
Jun 18, 2017 01:24:55   #
radhome (new user)
 
Both the T7i and D5600 are in my price range
Jun 18, 2017 01:28:04   #
letmedance (a regular here)
 
radhome wrote:
Sorry, I'm new to this forum and am used to posing the question as the topic.

OP?


Actually you did a perfect Job with the title, unlike many others here. My favorite title is "HELP".
Jun 18, 2017 01:30:32   #
radhome (new user)
 
letmedance wrote:
Actually you did a perfect Job with the title, unlike many others here. My favorite title is "HELP".

Oh okay! Thanks. Haha, yea, I prefer a short and sweet title that gets the point across
Jun 18, 2017 01:34:27   #
Apaflo (a regular here)
 
radhome wrote:
I was more pleased with the Canon, but the Canon T1i is very different from the Nikon D50 so it's hard to compare them on the same level IMO

Which ancient camera you were pleased with means nothing. The question is which modern camera will best suit your future needs. Frankly the Nikon is better, but if you have been satisfied for that long with your current cameras it is a guaranteed thing that either Nikon or Canon will blow you mind... and make you happy for years.
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