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    Quote Originally Posted by steventay View Post

    dedicated wide angle lens is it costly?
    this depends on the value you put on the shots you get from the wide angle.

    To people who hate wide angle, even 600 bucks is too much.
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    so Nikon use Sony sensor and make Nikon better than Canon?
    According to DxoMark, the sensor the of the D5200 is even better than the Canon 1DX.
    DxOMark - Camera Sensor Ratings

    The D5200 uses a Toshiba sensor which is supposed to be even better than the equivalent Sony sensor in the D3200. Nikon uses the best available sensor in the market and this gives it an advantage over Canon which uses its own sensors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    According to DxoMark, the sensor the of the D5200 is even better than the Canon 1DX.
    DxOMark - Camera Sensor Ratings

    The D5200 uses a Toshiba sensor which is supposed to be even better than the equivalent Sony sensor in the D3200. Nikon uses the best available sensor in the market and this gives it an advantage over Canon which uses its own sensors.
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    Default Re: Nikon D5200 or Canon EOS 650D?

    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    According to DxoMark, the sensor the of the D5200 is even better than the Canon 1DX.
    DxOMark - Camera Sensor Ratings

    The D5200 uses a Toshiba sensor which is supposed to be even better than the equivalent Sony sensor in the D3200. Nikon uses the best available sensor in the market and this gives it an advantage over Canon which uses its own sensors.
    DxOMark - Nikon D5200 vs Canon EOS 650D vs Canon EOS 1Dx
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    Default Re: Nikon D5200 or Canon EOS 650D?

    One word of advise, forget about DXOmark. If Canon user really care too much about the result in DXOmark, we might as well throw our camera into the drain and all jump ship to whatever brands out there.

    Note that a camera don't just rely on the sensor alone. It is an entire system, from sensor to graphic engine, to processor to lens system to AF system to whatever other stuff in the camera. A sensor is a big part of the camera but not everything of the camera... and if you are tat particular about sensor, then get the best rating sensor camera from DXOmark lor.

    As for how much a wide angle lens cost... you can look at own brand lenses like the Canon lenses, Nikon lenses, Pentax lenses and Sony lenses, or you can look at cheaper alternative like Sigma, Tamron and Tokina lenses for wide angle uses.

    Final word, all the camera are the same... they all perform very well, irregardless of what sensor they are using... Canon, Sony, Toshiba and the such. Just get a camera which feel best in your hands and with a user menu that make the most sense, and forget about all others (like I mentioned before, I have used almost all the brands of that offered FF, m4/3 and APS-C cameras out there except for Pentax - oh and Samsung and all of them are excellent.)
    Last edited by rhino123; 18th February 2013 at 09:27 PM.
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