|Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sigma, Olympus, Sony, Pentax...which do you place your bets on and why?
Canon and Nikon. Nikon is better in low light situations and Canon is better for action with it's 9 frames a second burst rate.
I now own a Canon Digital Rebel, and I would place my bet on that any day. Its a high quality camera and it produces fine photos, at a reasonable price!
I use Nikon camera bodies because I just like the way they feel in my hand and the fact that they have been using the "F" mount for their lenses forever, means that I can use a huge variety of lenses Nikon has produced over the last few decades.
Minolta Dynax 7
I have always been a Canon guy. AE-1 - T-90 - EOS 1N etc. They have always been reliable and Canon takes care of their products they sell. I am a member of CPS, (Canon Professional Services), and that's great. Canon is on the cutting edge of digital and stays there. My MkIII has VERY little noise at higher ISO's.
I use Fujifilm S5 digital SLR's for everything studio related at the moment, they have great dynamic range and I just find the results brilliant. I do have a Nikon D300 for event work.
Canon. I was a Nikon shoot for 20-plus years, and they abandoned the professional photographer, much like Kodak did. Fuji was there to step in when Kodak failed, Canon was there when Nikon failed.
Member, Canon Professional Services. Use Canon exclusively - it works best for me.
Hasselblad. I favor the square format. It most closely matches how I "see".
Canon definitely! I use an eos 1ds mark 2 which is a real beast of a camera. I have never used a Nikon. My first camera was an eos 1000f film camera - the guy in the camera shop suggested it and I have been a Canon addict ever since.
Cameras are tools. I pick the right tool for the job at hand. Just like a carpenter has several hammers, I have several tools.
Canon. Their products are top notch and they are most established in the profession.
I use Nikon mostly. Always reliable, high quality and interchangeable lenses for all models for almost any made over the years.
I currently use Canon digital cameras. I have used Nikon, Leica, and many other cameras. There are many great cameras being made today. I believe it's not the camera that's most important, but the perception of the photographer and his/her mastery of their equipment.
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