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  1. Wassup peopleIve been filming and shooting for the past few years with a Canon t5i, even though it is a great camera to start with I want to step it up a notch especially since it is a bitch to film long lens with and I would like to have my photos have to have better quality. I am in quite a dilemma since I am starting to work as a photographer so I would like to upgrade my photo equipment but I also film a bunch of skating so I would also like to upgrade my video equipment especially for longlens stuff. I have 2 options basically one is sell my t5i and buy a better photo camera and also look for and HPX to film which is the more expensive of the 2 or to find a camera that can do both. I had been told that the sony mirrorless cameras are a great option that work great as both a photo and video camera. If any of you photo/video gods could help me with suggestions on cameras or other options that would be greatly appreciated.
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    Bs Bigspin

    Hey guys Im kinda new here, shot this bs bigspin fucking around the other day, Im mainly a filmer but I also like shooting photos. It was kinda hard to get a good angle because the gap wasn't that big. Any comments and criticism is welcome!
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    Long Lens Question

    Id be willing to spend up to $300 dollars somewhere around there
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    Long Lens Question

    What lens would you guys recommend for long lens shots. I already got the Rokinon fisheye for filming lines and that shit is dope. But I feel that the 18-55mm doesnt produce shots that are that good of a quality. Any recommendations?
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