|Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sigma, Olympus, Sony, Pentax...which do you place your bets on and why?
I used Canon throughout my time at University and also outside of my studies. I guess I am slightly biased towards Canon but I hear great things about Nikon all the time!
Love Nikon DSLR... only SLR I've ever had but I love it.
Nikon, but mostly because I've been using it for so long now, it's become a habit. The other brands are just as good ... they simply work differently than Nikon ... hence the choice.
Nikon. I have always used a Nikon camera. I use a Nikon D40. I like the way Nikon cameras fit in my hand, very comfortable. Nikon cameras are easy to get your head around and work with. They are very responsive cameras, very forgiving (mine has been around the world a few times and been dropped). I find Nikkor lenses to be sharp too.
But my favourite lens is a Sigma (18-200m f/3.6-6.3 DC OS lens) - it's good for most of my photographic work. I also have a Fujiyama macro lens. My other cameras are all "plastic fantastics" like the Diana F+ or the Superheadz Pink Dress.
I try to keep my equipment basic - for me, it's about the interpretation of the world more than the camera.
Nikon. This brand lets you use a lens made in 1966 with a brand new digital camera.
And that´s amazing because I have some really old lens that I use a lot.
Nikon always had them- when i started a college we had a really good tech guy who was in Vietnam and still had the Nikon he took with him
Canon, because its versatility
I pretty much use Phase One now exclusively, though occasionally a Canon. Just what I am used to I guess
well i have a canon so i chose canon because obviously its the best.
they are all great camera but if i was a beting person i would put my money on Nikon for it what i use and have been useing
For SLR I'd have to say Canon...it just feels right. Well, that and the friends I shoot w/ have Canons making it easier to swap lenses.
For point and shoot, I'm stuck on Panasonic. I've gone through quite a few, either breaking them on a trip, losing them after a drunken night out, or simply selling it in order to upgrade. The Leica lens, above many other reasons, makes them my absolute favorite point and shoot option.
nikon. just my thing
Canon, I find their cameras are intuitive in handling and better in use
All my equipment is Canon made... but this was just a chance as my first analog camera was a Canon and therefore its lenses, too. I don't care about this battle Canon VS Nikon at all!
I shoot with Canon. I stand behind Canon as a brand as the equipment always seems to deliver and the products are reliable.
Remember that any camera can take a great photo. It's not so much about the equipment as it is about the eye.
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