New Blog Posts: Photographing the Olympics & Camera Comparisons!

Happy Friday, folks!

We've got some fun new content over at Steve's Darkroom this week and I wanted to make sure you all saw. First up, we've got a fantastic, in-depth interview with Jeff Swinger about what it's like to be a working photographer at the Olympic Games.

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Next, if you're in the market for an affordable DSLR, you can save some coin by investing in previous generation technology, which naturally leads to the Canon EOS Rebel T6i and the Nikon D3400, both of which were well reviewed when they were released and take really nice photographs. Or, maybe you've noticed the T6i costs about the same as the brand new Canon EOS Rebel SL2. In this case, you might be curious if it's better to purchase a newer DSLR with less advanced capabilities or an older model with fewer features. 

All three cameras take terrific photos, but they're not all the same and we hope these two Camera Comparisons help you decide which one might be right for you.

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Lastly, but definitely not least, if you're a Nikon shooter in the market for an Enthusiast Level DSLR, you might have heard the D7500 features the same image sensor, processor, and video resolution capabilities as the D500 while costing about $500 less. So, is the D7500 a huge bargain, or is it missing key features you may need? 

To find out all the specifics, check this out:
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