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Very often, someone just starting in photography has questions about what camera or lens (or both) they should buy. If they ask a salesperson in a photo store, they may get great advice or they may get advice that serves only to help the store's bottom line. If they ask an established photographer, they may get advice centered around whatever brand of camera that photographer shoots with.
But in almost every case, that newbie photographer will hear something like this --
I recently took part in an online discussion among several photographers, one of whom is so upset over the fact that his business is declining, that he actually advocates manufacturers raise the price of the cheapest DSLR to a minimum of $20,000.00. And he was serious.
Yeah, he wants the cheapest DSLR to come in at around twenty grand. Why? He feels that the proliferation of relatively inexpensive, good to high quality cameras and lenses has caused everyone on the planet