|Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sigma, Olympus, Sony, Pentax...which do you place your bets on and why?
Nikon, bodies, lenses and flash. Profoto, Alien Bees for lights. Mamiya and Hasselblad for larger format. Nikon feels right in my hands, its fast and reliable. I always use Nikon lenses, the glass is sharper. As far as lights, in studio I use Profoto, they are simply the best. On location, I use the Alien Bees, they are nearly indestructible and I have abused those lights.
Mikon, they have the best quality cameras out there.
I shoot with Aptus Leaf products and Nikons
I have shot with Canon most of my serious photgraphic life. Starting with an AE-1 and moving to A-1s and finally a couple of T-90s. It was difficult to make the jump to EOS because I had such a large investment in quality lenes (FD series).
Nikon was the leading pro camera brand with Canon seemingly having a second tier status for many years. That has really changed in the past ten years as many photographers are shooting with Canon EOS as Nikon. Canon has always had a reputation for quality glass especially in their "L" series lenes. Canon is also involved in the entire image making process and their CMOS sensor is second to none.
I use both Nikon and Canon products, mostly Nikon
My first camera was a Pentax K1000. Then a Canon F1, Then finally the military moved to Nikon and I stuck with them. I came to a realization that no matter who you stick with, every six months there will be something better and from another company. I watch guys having discussions as to whether their new gear is better than the other guy's.
I think it is not the camera, but the photographer that create great images.
Canon - always used them.
I am a Nikon convert.
Canon, but I would like to try Leica
Canon was my first camera. I think people tend to get used to the design of a particular make. Canon seem to make cameras which are logical. They were also the first to make a seriously fast auto-focus SLR with spot point focussing, so fast that many sports photographers who previously shot on Nikon converted over. Canon are at the cutting edge but I still love Mamiya 645 and 6x7 for the sharpness of their lenses.
Canon! Canon! Canon!
I have and always will use Nikon equipment. Just my prefrence
Nikon D200 because of its weather sealing, build quality, price and use of my old Nikon Lenses. Nikon FE because of the tank like build quality and lenses. Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex for its classic design, quality ergonomics, large negative size. Fuji point and shoot because of the larger sensor size, meaning less noise. Ultimately, I am a firm believer that it's more about the photographer than the equipment.
Nikon, Hasselblad, Deardorff have been my workhorses over the years. They are tools of the trade, a means to an end - the image. They have always given me the results required by the job at hand. I am into images and results, not the camera used to make them. Photographers make images, not cameras.
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