If you are a photographer, are you a Canon or Nikon user or other?

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  1. jackw827 profile image71
    jackw827posted 10 years ago

    If you are a photographer, are you a Canon or Nikon user or other?

    And why did you choose that brand?

  2. Nick B profile image79
    Nick Bposted 10 years ago

    Sadly my camera is well out of date and is only 4MP.

    It's A Fuji Finepix with a 10X optical zoom, which was why I bought it.
    It's good but I'd really love to have 10MP or greater resolution.

    I also have a Nikon FE10 35mm SLR, but I rarely use it anymore.

  3. Leslie Patton profile image60
    Leslie Pattonposted 10 years ago

    I am a canon user.  I have a Rebel XTI ~  I love my camera, and I love canon, they have some of the greatest products.  I also have their 300mm zoom lens, and 100mm macro lens.  Both of which I am very pleased!

  4. MickS profile image58
    MickSposted 10 years ago

    Other - Shen Hao 5x4 field  camera and a Bronica ETRS, both film cameras.  I chose them because I prefer film.

  5. telltale profile image60
    telltaleposted 10 years ago

    I am a Canon user, and found it to have very fast shutter speed.  I am talking about the SLRs where most professional media photographers prefer (I was told), whereas for compacts, I prefer the Nikon - I have a S8000, which 14mega pixels, found the zoom and picture stability to be better than other brands, but still, the compacts are not near the SLRs, unfortunately.

  6. justom profile image63
    justomposted 10 years ago

    I was gonna' tell you but MickS has such fine camera's I'm jealous!

  7. profile image58
    Lydia Strehlauposted 10 years ago

    Definitely Canon. I use the Rebel XT and it has not dissapointed at all. i have been using Canon for a long time now.

  8. Ralph Deeds profile image76
    Ralph Deedsposted 10 years ago

    Canon 40D which is my 5th Canon. In my opinion Canon has eclipsed Nikon.

  9. profile image53
    Jack Oliverposted 9 years ago

    I've had the pleasure of working for and owning both Canon and Nikon Cameras. I would say its all down to preference, and mine, for professional photography, it has to be Nikon. But thats because I prefer how the AF works, I prefer the algorithms that the sensor uses.

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  10. guymclaren profile image61
    guymclarenposted 9 years ago

    I use Canon, Have a 40d with a 400d backup. I went Canon because that was what was available when I bought the 400d


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