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Question from Carol: My daughter has enrolled in a professional photography class that’s scheduled to begin in August.
One of the requirements for taking the class is to purchase a new DSLR camera and lens.
The instructor has provided a list of three cameras and seven lenses from which the students can choose, and he won’t allow substitutions of any kind.
She has decided to go with the cheapest Canon camera on the list because it fits within our budget.
The problem we’re having is choosing a lens. This is the cheapest lens on the list and it literally costs twice as much as the most expensive camera!
I think that’s ridiculous. Why on earth are camera lenses so much more expensive than the cameras themselves?