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Beginner camera for photography9029

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Hi All,

Target is having a great sale on an entry level DSLR camera if anyone is looking to get started with real estate photography.

Canon t6

Paired with a wide angle lens, memory card and tripod and you have everything you need to get started.

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Good luck and let me know if you have any questions!
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Bummer, I cannot get the link to work. I believe there were 3 versions of Rebel T6. Does this one have WiFi?
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Sorry, Iphone was acting up today not seeing the link earlier. I recall reading about some issues and differences with the T6, T6i and T6s.

This ad here does show "WiFi technology", So it probably beats a model out there with no Wi-Fi. I could also be mixing this up with a T5 version with Wi-Fi.

I was watching Rich Baums Perfect Pole Video last night thinking my old Crop sensor wouldn't do this without a Cam Ranger.

This could be a nice alternative for Canon users surrounded by airports unable to fly drones "legally" or backup for other reasons.
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I shoot almost all of the properties that I photograph using a pole. I always take 3 photos of each property (left, center and right) using a pole. If find that using a pole reduces the amount of geometric distortion that is created when straightening verticals. Using a pole is much faster than pulling out the drone and you can shoot HDR with a much higher quality lens. I do not use a Cam Ranger. I just set my timer to 10 seconds and throw the pole into the air. It is a blind shot, and takes some practice, but I can get some great results even shooting at 20+feet in the air.

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