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    Quote Originally Posted by Headshotzx View Post
    No, that goes to Nikon's D3 @ 11fps full-frame. Also, doesn't Nikon have 1.2 lens(es)?
    I think it's more to do with who came up with what first. Probably Canon's timing has been a bit better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by synapseman View Post
    I think it's more to do with who came up with what first. Probably Canon's timing has been a bit better.
    True. Canon went into FF first, Nikon went into FF @ 11fps first. Canon's AF 1.2 lenses first, others still have yet to catch up.

    But seriously, a 400D kit lens + flash can also give good photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headshotzx View Post
    True. Canon went into FF first, Nikon went into FF @ 11fps first. Canon's AF 1.2 lenses first, others still have yet to catch up.

    But seriously, a 400D kit lens + flash can also give good photos.
    No doubt about that. But for the pro market, who sets the pace first would probably lead the race. Consumer market would be a different ball game altogether; any of the major brands have a fair chance of dominating.
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    thanks guys to sum up its the full frame and the more choice of lens and the 1.2 and also I hear that the spare parts and the services provided by canon are good. To add on I have seen 50 mm 1.2 lens used in hotel reception low light situations.Most commonly used model is the 5d!

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