Never really fully got into photography, I did buy a Samsung NX3000 and whilst it's nice for me it falls far from the mark.
It feels small, cheap it never focuses like I need or want, it's a bit slow and awkward to use.
At the time I thought it would be 'sufficient' when all it's really good for is taking pot shots and holiday snaps etc.
In steps my Pentax K3, it just fitted what I want from a camera, feels great focus is blisteringly fast, and I don't have to take it from behind to get me a good lens, as everything is in the body.
I know the body is good, but lenses is sigma seen as a good brand?
I went with their 18-250 usm lens, as it to me seems like the best all round lens, I can worry about the primes later.
Any how to's guides or suggestions would be great, now I have a shooter that finally feels like it's meant for me I can get cracking.
Only thing is i've heard sigma has had qc issues, meant to be a lot better nowadays.
Must test my 18-250 at some point just to see if it's centered, can't see much softness so seems fine. https:[email protected]/
Just bought their 20-40mm hd da limited, can't wait im besotted with this camera.