Aperture and cameras on my Mac.

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  1. 196josue macrumors regular

    Jun 16, 2010
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    I'm looking to spend some cash on a new camera. I'm extremely interested in the profession and I'm looking for the best dslr camera to use with aperture. I'm willing to spend 1500 on this camera. Help?
  2. mofunk macrumors 68020


    Aug 26, 2009
    Find a camera that feels right for you. Not one that works best in Aperture. Either Canon or Nikon will do fine. Look around in the camera's menu screen and see which you like best.

    Honestly the best software is the one that comes with the camera. Aperture and Lightroom are 3rd party and they work fine.

    Nikon - D7000 or D300s

    Canon - Tsi or 7D
  3. johnhw macrumors 6502

    Jun 16, 2009
    If you're a Nikon guy, you could have a D7000. It's a nice camera from what I have seen. If you're a Canon guy however, I totally recommend either the 60D or the 7D.

    If you're on a budget (below $1000 with kit lens), get a Nikon D3100, Canon T2i (550D) or a Canon 60D if you already have a kit lens.

    All the cameras I listed are pretty new so they should work well with Aperture. I have a Canon 350D and a Canon 7D, both work great on Aperture (the 350D is an old camera.. pretty nice Apple still supports it.)

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