For some reason I had a Redbull an hour ago just before hopping into bed. So while i’m awake, i’m going to address an on-going question that I never feel the need to answer.
I feel like this a dick response, but why? because the answer you’re looking for is not the solution to your problem.
..What camera do you use??
There are many different components to an image, and I get the feeling most people who are asking what camera you use is under the assumption that if they get that camera their images will turn out the same way. Unfortunately not. If we had to break it down, i’d pick focal length, lighting and post-processing to be the key components. All of those parts have nothing to do with the camera body itself.
From here, I have no answers from you. The overall look of an image is a combination of the above. A camera is merely a tool that produces raw files. What you do with the raw files afterwards is everything.
Sorry if this is coming off blunt. but this is the reason why I just stop answering any camera questions (that and i’ve answered the same question 100 times already).
To redeem myself a little.. If you’re buying a digital camera ask yourself this:
1. what’s my budget?
2. What’s it for?
2a. Do you need full frame or is a 1.6x crop enough
3a. Going to do professional/studio work: Canon or Nikon? Go research what your local rental studios are using. What your friends have. Or perhaps just what you prefer.. at the end of the day you’ll be using that one til you die.
3b. Just day to day: Fuji, Olympus, Leica, Canon, Nikon.. etc… Mirrorless is often a good way to go. Size is always a factor for me. Functionality. Speed. etc.
4. Go back to 1.
..and for the record, on digital I shoot with a full frame canon and a fuji xt1.