Philip Bloom on the Paradox of (Camera) Choice

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Which camera is the best? Now that is a loaded question. But the one thing everyone can agree on is that there are a blinding number of choices in the marketplace.

Philip Bloom tackles the conundrum head on, writing: "There are times when the camera you choose is simply the only one you can afford, not the one you want. That’s fine! You build yourself up to that. If you suddenly find yourself with a client desperately in need for say…a Scarlet…well, rent one! If they are asking for it, pass the costs onto them. The age of the owner operator is truly upon us, but also it has never been more fractured."

Read his full post, which include mini-reviews on several popular camera models, here on his blog.

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