Location: Oregon
Submitted 10/17/12 02:47 AM

Q. What is the best digital camera (and camera features needed) for photographing commercial and residential real estate?

 

Answer #1
Submitted 10/17/12 06:55 AM
Jen Woodbury, MBA, Prin. Broker,808-936-8957 (Summa Real Estate Group, Lake Oswego): Real Estate Agent in Lake Oswego, OR Jen Woodbury, MBA, Prin. Broker,808-936-8957 (Summa Real Estate Group, Lake Oswego)
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Lake Oswego, OR

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I don’t know much about cameras as I hire a photographer but, I have found a great resource in MeetUp Groups sponsored by businesses. For example, find a photography Meetup group and maybe contact the leader/organizer and ask the same question. Often, these groups are a wealth of information…but, get a few opinions in case you talk to somebody who thinks they know…but doesn’t.

 

Answer #2
Submitted 10/17/12 12:37 PM
Annette Sievert, Corvallis, Oregon (CB Valley Broker): Real Estate Agent in Corvallis, OR Annette Sievert, Corvallis, Oregon (CB Valley Broker)
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Corvallis, OR

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I use a Nikon 1. It is easy to use, I can exchange the lense and the quality is awsome. Most of my photographie is done by pros but if I need addtl pics, or for Virtual Tours, this camera is really great.

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