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I am a beginner photographer and have recently become very interested in the world of sports photography and videography. I would mainly be shooting baseball and hockey. As these are two VERY different visual settings I was wondering if you had any suggestions for what camera you might recommend to deal with the harsh lighting of a hockey rink but manage the natural light of a baseball diamond?
(Not sure if videography is your expertise or not but would love an affordable camera that does both photo and video well!)
Thanks so much!!
Your question about a good camera choice for two different sports is a good one. Assuming you're talking about ice hockey and not field hockey, hockey and baseball are indeed very different subjects to photograph successfully. You're likely contrasting the lighting for daytime baseball and indoor artificial light for ice hockey.
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