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- Oct 25, 2017
What do you mean by "overall quality of the picture?" In what kind of scenarios are you seeing this? Are you shooting in JPEG or RAW and processing your own photos?Two years ago I received a DSLR camera as a birthday gift, and I've been shooting non-stop with it since. I now start to feel rather limited with it.
It's a Nikon D5300 coupled with a Nikkor 35mm lens. I've quite enjoyed learning how to handle it, and try different stuff to shoot, but somehow I nowdays feel a bit dissatisfied at times with the overall quality of the picture, compared to people I follow and friends that also are photography hobbyists. I still love it to death though, and I currently don't have the money to upgrade it anyway, so I'll keep using it for now until I can get better.
I also own a very old SLR analog camera, a Minolta Dynax 404si that I'm rediscovering nowadays slowly but surely. I need to buy a new lens for it though, and I need to develop films more, but it's fun to play with analog once in a while.
It's got a 24 megapixel APS-C sensor. Assuming good lighting, you're unlikely to see any substantial image quality upgrades just switching over to any another camera.