No Such Thing as the Perfect Camera
When it comes to spending money, most of my friends would consider me a miser. I hate spending money on silly things, and whilst I’m happy to go out for dinner and a movie, you won’t catch me buying many clothes, paying for piles of drinks, or buying hundreds of trinkets on trips overseas.
I like to spend my money on big things that I will get a lot of use out of. Things like an editing laptop or really nice headphones which I use everyday in the gym. I rarely just buy these things on a whim. I spend hours, weeks, months deliberating, researching, reading every review I can find until they all start sounding the same.
This is exactly what I’ve been doing whilst looking for a new camera. There are so many options out there at so many different price ranges it’s really hard to decide. But the trigger has to be pulled at some point. Right now, if I see one more video about how great a camera is BUT, followed by a long list of issues and then a conclusion that the camera is great I may just rupture a blood vessel. Sometimes the information age is a little too overwhelming.