|Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sigma, Olympus, Sony, Pentax...which do you place your bets on and why?
Canon, personal preference. I have been using them from day 1.
Canon....but my bets are never placed on the bow or the arrow, but the hunter.
Canon - I fee they have the best quality of any of the major brands
I'm an all Canon gal.
I started out as a Canon guy and got ticked off when they dropped the f-mount. I sold my T-90 and got a Nikon and have been with them since. I was not at all happy when Nikon said they weren't going full-frame on their SLRs, then reversed that and produced full-frame sensors. I suppose a company can change its mind if it wants, look at Leica. A few years ago, they said they would never go digital!
I consider Fuji for it's color and dynamic range to be right alongside any other camera manufacturer. I have had great results compared to many popular camera models out on the market today. I have shot Fuji film throughout my career and used their papers exclusively for the faithful color reproduction. I like Nikon lenses for their sharpness and ruggedness. They have never let me down.
I am most familiar with Nikon and Canon. I have used both with satisfying results.
Pentax ... loving my K20D for both documentary and commercial work right now.
Canon ... I used a digicam for years that has an L series lens. It's an orphan camera now: Canon Pro 1.
Leica M6 is still my favorite for film...however, I enjoy my Mamiya 645 film camera too.
I'm a Canon shooter, Canons' support for me and my gear has been outstanding.
Nikon, and Hasselblad. No aftermarket stuff. Each has never failed me. As far as Nikon is concerned it is just what I have always used. I feel comfortable with it, and the new cameras are particularly exciting. I still use a good ole handcrank 500 C with a silver 80mm. This camera just fits what I do, I like to be sort of inconspicuous, and while carrying Hasselbald around isn't the best way to do that, it's as low key as I can get. Plus no batteries.
I use Canon and I love my camera.
I like the details I could get and the options I can work with...everything.
Canon, they are reliable, durable and accurate. I use only professional level "L" lenses and 1D series camera bodies.
I was a loyal Nikon shooter until about a month ago. Didn't care much for the d300, so I'm shooting with a Canon 40d. I love the way Nikon feels in my hand, but you can't beat Canon's L series lenses and the way a Canon handles noise at high ISOs.
I have always been a Canon user and I think that many people go with what they started with because it feels comfortable. I like Canon's digital gear, the quality, the features and I love the new digital line of lenses.
I currently shoot with a Canon EOS Elan IIe for my film work and a Canon 30D for my digital work.
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