|Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sigma, Olympus, Sony, Pentax...which do you place your bets on and why?
Canon or phase one....i guess phase one files are the best looking better than film!
I started out with a Pentax K200D. I have recently upgraded to a Nikon D300 and I am loving it. My next camera will definitely be a Nikon.
I currently use Canon. This was my first digital purchase and it basically came down to the fact that I liked the viewfinder and points of focus better than the Nikon I was looking at. I also liked the auto sensor cleaner in the Canon. If not for that, I would have likely purchased a Nikon.
when i had to chose my first cam i runned all forums on internet , looked at tests and i got nothing. I already knew that Canon and Nikon (well maybe pantex to) are best to chose from. So i walked to the shop and asked if i can look at the cams and try them. First i was holding canon then nikon. And you know what ? when i took nikon i didint wanted to let it go.
Depends, analog or digital. I will always have a preference for analog with my Pentax 6x7, fond memories with my Minolta 35mm. When I shoot digital it is always Canon.
I have used Olympus, Nikon and Canon systems, and I have found each one to be great. I think it is mostly personal preference.
Canon because I'm just a canon kind of a guy. It's like riding a bike. If a bike can get you from point a to point b in a fast fun way then why sell it @ a garage sale for the same kind of Bike. All camera capture memories it's just a matter of which one fits to your liking
Canon, canon, canon. That's not to say I believe there's nothing else out there, but for me canon is the most intuitive. And there are so many lenses to choose from that fit so many cameras..the possibilities are endless. Love, love, love my canon gear!
I only have experience of using a Canon 450D but I feel, in the future, a Nikon will be more suited to a professional career.
Canon. Overall best quality i have found anywhere. I have a Canon PowerShot SX20 IS myself and i love it to death. Nikon is verrrrry bad quality wise. Sony is okish. But Canon is the best.
For the professional, I would bet on Canon and Nikon. They have the most experience with the pro market, and both offer a wide range of lenses, flashes and accessories for their cameras. For photo enthusiasts, there are so many options available, especially with cameras that shoot HD video. Cell phone cameras are now capable of producing decent quality images that rival compact digital point-and-shoot cameras.
DSLR Nikon. They are nifty. I am attracted to its ability, to giving me 'peace of mind'.
Canon G11 is a snazzy pocket camera, with its RAW shooting capability.
I like the Canon Powershot. I would never use anything but the flexible swivel door viewfinder screen found only on the Powershot.
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