I am ready to buy my very first DSLR! I have my eye on the Canon EOS 4000D with two lenses. Now because it is my very first DSLR, what would you suggest I do? Go for the canon 4000d with the two lenses and save the extra cash? Or, spend that little extra on something else?
The Canon Rebel is a classic entry level DSLR. I would bet the vast majority of photographers started out with one or have owned one at one point.
The Nikon is a very good entry level DSLR from a very good company. Both Canon and Nikon also have a lot of different lenses available, both new and used, that should work with those cameras. That’s a bonus.
The Olympus I really don’t have any experience with, but Olympus has earned a very solid reputation over the last decade or so with their OM-D series of micro four thirds cameras. Micro four thirds typically pack a much larger sensor into a much smaller body than comparable cameras, which helps with image quality (larger sensor = more light captured = less noise = = better images).
The Fuji is a brand new model that’s yet to come out, but it just recently announced. The X-A line is their entry level line of the X series mirror-less cameras. I personally shoot with a Fuji X-E1 (which is discontinued now, and I’m sure has been bested by this “lower level” X-A5 at this point).