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    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    When I attached a canon kit 1 (18-55) lens, and a Nikkor (18-55) kit lens with a canon adapter, set to the same focal length and aperture, the one taken with the Nikkor lens seems to be of higher quality, higher sharpness etc.. And for Sony, as soon as you buy a Sony, you'll have to buy everything proprietary. E.g: When you buy a Sony camera, you can't use SD/CF cards, which is a well-known format, you have to stick to their retarded Memory stick. Who needs another standard of cards that only 1 company uses? And for built-in image stabilisation, it isn't really useful because one eill get spoilt images when the IS is turned on and the camera mounted on a unmoving surface.
    oh boy, you are living in the stone ages?

    talking nonsense and rubbish again, sony cameras use memory stick?

    next you'll be telling us that olympus still uses its xd format...

    http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sonyslta55/page3.asp
    Storage SD/SDHC/SDXC/MemoryStick Pro Duo
    may 2009 release on dpreview:
    http://www.dpreview.com/news/0905/09...sonyalphas.asp
    The new cameras include dedicated slots for high-capacity Memory Stick PRO Duo™, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo™ and SD/DSHC media (sold separately).
    alpha 200, release date, 2008:
    http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sonydslra200/page3.asp
    storage: Compact Flash Type I/II

    better take a look at the world around you and formulate a realistic sense of , er, reality.

    and what the hell is a spoilt image??

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    Default Re: Canon DSLR vs Nikon DSLR

    Quote Originally Posted by arikyeo View Post
    When I attached a canon kit 1 (18-55) lens, and a Nikkor (18-55) kit lens with a canon adapter, set to the same focal length and aperture, the one taken with the Nikkor lens seems to be of higher quality, higher sharpness etc.. And for Sony, as soon as you buy a Sony, you'll have to buy everything proprietary. E.g: When you buy a Sony camera, you can't use SD/CF cards, which is a well-known format, you have to stick to their retarded Memory stick. Who needs another standard of cards that only 1 company uses? And for built-in image stabilisation, it isn't really useful because one eill get spoilt images when the IS is turned on and the camera mounted on a unmoving surface.
    Oh dear ,

    Your lens testing procedures isnt very convincing leh. Too much generalisation already.

    Sony camera uses SD cards and CF cards lo. the Old A350 uses CF , newer series uses SD and MS. A33/55 uses SD/MS . So i dunno which Era you lived in. yes , in the past , Sony stuffs are mainly proprietary. I used to hate them for memory stick compliant only like PSP lol.

    And ur IS theory will also apply when you turn on IS lens when you are mounted on moving surface right ?

    Hahaha, but bro I like what you say . Brightens up my sleepy day in Shanghai

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    ding ding ding !!!!

    u guys are VERY fast squeezing in last sec potshots into this thread....

    thread closed !
    Last edited by ed9119; 11th November 2010 at 02:55 PM.
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