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Akatzmarkphotography 4:43pm, 13 December 2007
I need to do some compairason shots for a Canon- Nikon feud..
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K. Praslowicz 11 years ago
How about instead of fighting over which is better, you just go out and take some photos? I'll bet the better camera is the one with the photographer who is actually out there using it.
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K. Praslowicz 11 years ago
*Disclaimer: yes I know I've done side-by-sides on my site, so I'm probably a slight hypocrit. But damn, that is the kind of content that drives hits to personal sites. ;)
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Akatzmarkphotography 11 years ago
Ah no-no i dont really care for one brand over another, its the other people who are saying ... Blah blah blah, i can tell the difference between xxx and xxx and i want to do some compairson shoots..

* plus i would love to see the diff myself*
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Randall Cottrell 11 years ago
oh boy i wish i had one
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JulesAmeel PRO 11 years ago
i get to try one out this weekend at a gig!
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HBRstudios 11 years ago
If I was going to start from scratch with a new system, I would be all over Canon -- Whoops! Did I say that out loud? Are the Nikon police after me???

The only reason I say that is because of camera body performance. But if you are not having to shoot at 8 fps and/or spend more than $4000 for a body -- there is really no difference! Another difference is the option of PC lenses (perspective control), which Canon beats Nikon hands down -- but how many of us are going to spend another few grand to get these???

Optically, if anyone tells you that they can tell the difference, they have succumed to bias driven by marketing or peer pressure.
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Camera Shmamera, it is all about the operator.
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maxcaven 11 years ago
I'm getting one for graduation.
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edgeways 11 years ago
definitely composition and setting choices are all about the operator, at that is what makes the superior picture, then it is lens construction/choice, then it might be camera type. (at least at this level)
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JulesAmeel PRO 11 years ago
my opinion after a day of shooting... the sensor; pretty f-ing sweet, I cranked that thing to 6400 iso and it was spotless, however id take the build and familiarity of my d200 anyday, there are so many focuzing areas i dont even know where to begin, also their's no compositional focusing which is one of my favorite features, especialy when it comes to sports photo's as i was doing today, my final word, buy a 70-200vr with the money instead, that's the lens i was using and it was soooo amazing, best thing ive ever shot with when it comes to telezooms and this one's vr motor wasn't even working so it even gets better
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