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Posted 1/11/2013 by joemamasue in General Photography
 

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PeaNut

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Posted: 1/11/2013 12:51:49 AM
Hi

I have an older Rebel. It's my second one and I love it but the iso only goes up to 1600. I'd like to sell it and get a newer one with a 6400 iso. It takes great baseball action shots but now my son plays basketball in a gym and needless to say I get no decent shots. Does anyone have one of the newer ones and have any advice. Difference between t3 an t4....? Advice?

Thanks so much for your help!!

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Posted: 1/11/2013 7:10:06 AM
go to dpreview.com They have a camera comparison tool that lets you select up to 20 cameras and compare them on a point by point basis. That will let you see what is different between the two.

If you are using a kit lens and shooting in auto a better choice is to buy a new lens designed for shooting indoors instead of a new body. While a higher iso helps it can often result in very "grainy" looking images. A 50mm 1.8 lens runs about $120 and is a very good choice for shooting in gyms without killing the budget.


What Your Kit Lens Can Do For You

Canon 60d, Canon 24-70mm 2.8L, Canon 70-200mm 2.8L, 50mm 1.8, 28-80, 75-300mm and Tamron 90mm 2.8 macro

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Posted: 1/11/2013 11:51:04 PM
Thanks for the advice. I will definitely go to that site. I have the 50mm. It is much better than my zoom (which is a kit) but still not great.
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