4 reasons why not to switch camera systems
Do you think of shifting to a different camera? Different brands? Do you compare yourself with others and make assumptions? Are you the one who thinks of shifting to a different brand like Nikon, Sony, Canon or Panasonic etc? Well… here is why you should not think about shifting to a different camera system.
1st Reason – Things are getting better, buddy!
The world is getting updated, my friend. There are so many brands which are known for their camera and are working towards making themselves better than the others. For example, Sony Eye-AF was a famous star but other brands got our back later. We got so many similar products like Nikon Z6. Pros. Cons. and Canon EOS R. Pros. Cons.
Pick up different cameras of the same category, Mirrorless or high resolution, you will soon realise that all the cameras are almost similar and there is not much difference.
So, If you wanna switch to another system think again. Wait for 6 months and you will have the magic in your camera.
Most of the companies design their camera and make sure that they are doing better than the others. And you’ve probably noticed that in just about every camera comparison video, the results look pretty much the same. So why bother switching?
2nd Reason – Problems are okay, But a set of problems are not okay.
By switching to a new system you are just switching to a new system. In fact, you are switching to a new set of problems. There are so many videos on the internet of having a bad experience with switching to a different camera system.
Dude! My friend just switched from Canon DSLR to Sony Mirrorless and she is crying. Even though she got an electronic viewfinder, in-body image stabilization, and superior video capabilities, she cries over the poor battery life and weaker durability. We always think the others are doing great but we sometimes forget that we are also doing FAB! So cheer up!! Be positive and use your camera to capture every moment of your life.
3rd Reason – Having a part-time job as a seller.
I don’t know where you are from but in Mumbai city, it’s easier to find a person who will buy your used gear, But it’s difficult to get it at an expected price. A buyer will nearly give you 50% and will make you feel that he is saving your life.
Basically unless and until you don’t have the energy to go around the market and bargain like those Indian mothers. You better not consider taking such decisions.
So, Switching to a new system means switching costs and becoming a part-time seller. Save some time. Get a job!
4th Reason – You might think you were jinxed
Now that you have reached this part of the article you must have got an idea that switching to a new system means you WILL have to face a few problems. There are many more ways you can disappoint yourself than this.
You would end up spending thousands of bucks and hours or maybe days behind understanding the expensive machine. Trust us, We at Accord Equips rent out all the heavy and fancy types of equipment and we have a good idea about the difference of each system. We rent out all types of Cameras, Lenses tripods and what not? To know more visit our website www.accordequips.com
2 reasons why to switch your camera systems
Switching to a different one is not that much bad, dude. Here are 2 reasons why you can switch to a different camera system.
Unless and until you want a radical change. Feel free to research and choose your new camera. You know the world has 5G now so you don’t 4G anymore.
If your current system is lacking specific stuff, you know. Not every area has a pure vegetarian restaurant, Sometimes you will have to step out.
For example, switching to Leica makes sense if you want a more analogue feeling, classic photography experience or maybe your brand doesn’t have the super-telephoto lenses you need for wildlife.
Switching to Sony from canon and canon to Nikon et Cetera is nearly pointless. The result is almost the same and you might not be impressed by the result. Have your fries with ketchup or have ketchup with your fries. It’s the same thing.
“Before investing in another gear, Invest in your skills”