Are you in the market for a professional photography camera? If so, you may be feeling overwhelmed by all of the options available to you. How do you know which camera is right for you? In this blog post, we will provide a camera buying guide to help you make the best decision possible. We will discuss different types of professional photography cameras that you could use as a beginners and on a Photography Apprenticeship. Let’s get started!

The first main tip I always recommend, do not buy a brand new camera.

Most camera will last up to 250’000 images and if you buy second hand you will save a lot of money.

As you will see below, here are a selection of cameras that I previously sent to a client of mine who was seeking some advice on buying a camera for his wife.

If you are wanting to buy cheap, click on the links below.

The two different camera below are 1 entry level and the second is fine for a semi professional. But as you can see, there is not much of a difference in price.

Both below are babys in ages (12000 pics) and are second hand and far cheaper.

Two options –

This camera is a perfect camera to start with –

Beginner camera with perfect settings and cheaper version.
Perfect to start with and comes with a lens.

You can then buy a zoom lens – 70 to 300mm
This lens is a specific fit for the camera above.


After gaining some experience you can then choose any other lens.
I used to use this camera in my portrait studio.

Standard lens –
So 18mm to 200mm or 300mm is even better.
But this would be perfect –—Nikon-(4*)-/-1011618_336234.html

If you’re in the market for a camera, but don’t know where to start, I would highly recommend that you contact the London Camera exchange or Wex Photographic today. They can help you find the perfect camera for your photography apprenticeship and give you all the advice you need to get started in this exciting industry. With their help, you’ll be taking amazing pictures in no time!