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    Question Natural progression ?

    Having had, after various "other" cameras, an EOS 650, an EOS 10D and currently an EOS 60D, what should my next camera in this process be please ?

    John

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    Default Natural progression ?

    My opinion would be depending on what type of photography you are doing.

    Landscape, street, family, stills, portrait, EOS RP

    If doing wildlife, sports, etc, then the EOS 80D

    Travel: EOS M5 or the M50

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas View Post
    Having had, after various "other" cameras, an EOS 650, an EOS 10D and currently an EOS 60D, what should my next camera in this process be please ?

    John

    Real question is what do you want to do that your 60D will not allow you to do satisfactorily? Once you have identified it's 'failing' you can home in on the camera that most effectively addresses the issue.
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    Default Re: Natural progression ?

    Hi Tom & Nigel
    I don't have any specialisation at all and was just musing as to the next step up the camera ladder.
    Thank you both for your comments though.
    I keep thinking I should give some thought to going over to a full frame camera at some point but would really want one that would be good for any and every thing????
    John

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    In that case the R looks like a good option or the RP....or why not a 5D3 second hand or 5D4 ...the latter will probably be better for action.
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    Default Re: Natural progression ?

    If you are considering full frame, I have always been a fan of the 6D for general photography. A reasonably well spec'd, comparatively inexpensive full frame body.
    Colin



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    Default Re: Natural progression ?

    Thank you Brian and Colin
    So my choices might be R, RP, 5D3, 5D4 or 6D?
    I think I have some research to do as I'm aware my 60D is becoming a little old now.
    John

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