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Reddit - Cameras by /u/mendenhallmustangs - 1h ago

I basically need to make this decision in the next 1.5 hrs but am having a lot of trouble deciding!

I found each for $300 each and will be using for mostly filming/vlogging. Im starting to lean toward the Lumix but know nothing about cameras. Is one a better deal than the other? Which one is better for filming? I appreciate any help I can get, or if there are any recommendations on vlogging cameras $300 and under!

Thank you!!!

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I'm more inclined towards the Sony, but the prices of lens made me think twice... Fuji was a strong contender as well, but there lacking of IBIS... I just need a few defining points for each camera to make up my mind. Thanks in advance!

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Hi everyone!

My Nikon 18-105 lens has a shifting black piece inside that looks kind of like a hook. It rattles and moves when the lens moves and prohibits full zooming. Anyone know what this is and how I can fix it?

Thanks!

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Reddit - Cameras by /u/mrretired - 1h ago

Any recommendations for a rugged camera to take kayaking? I will primarily be on small lakes and slow moving rivers. I've read up on the Olympus TG-5 and it looks like the best at a reasonable price. Any thoughts? Thanks

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Reddit - Cameras by /u/wubbalubbadubdubber - 1h ago

I recently got a new setup — Nikon D850 with a Sigma 24-105 art and a Tamron 24-80 (please let me know if that doesn't give enough detail on the lenses and I'll add more). My question is whether there's enough of a difference between these two lenses to have both, and if so, what that difference is.

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I got a Canon P on eBay that didn't come with a strap, so I went to a local camera shop to get one. They had a bunch of new old stock ones for $3, so I got one, but I just opened it up and it didn't have the nylon ends I'm used to, just a leather loop and a small nylon strap that I can't figure out what it does. Is this some type of proprietary strap or something?

https://i.imgur.com/vslrPXf.jpg

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$400 is the very max of my price range. I want a camera that I can take quality pictures with, preferably a lot of zoom. Most of my pictures will be taken outside. Digital, and it I want to be able to view the pictures I take on my phone (you can do that with most cameras right?). Thank you. I know nothing about cameras

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