any difference between nikonians and canoners style of photos


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happyfrog

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you guys realize any difference between nikonians and canoners...
 

Rashkae

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No. Why should there be?

Your "I'm not a photographer, I'm a nationality identified by my camera and think equipment is all that matters" mentality is amongst the saddest things I've read on here so far.
 

surrephoto

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Although I am a strong believer that the reason of choice between Nikon/Canon is mainly due to the colour settings of one's monitor and one's colour preference.... :think:

It is however MAYBE possible that Nikonians and Canoners differ slightly psychological, which may in-turn affect style...

Ie.

I like more megapixels vs I don't care much about megapixels....

I prefer more buttons/dials for autofocus mode/metering mode vs I don't like too many buttons on my camera, too confusing for me....

I like my battery grip to be shapely and flawless tgt with the body vs I don't really mind my battery grip bulging out slightly....

I feel restricted by the 9-point autofocus on X camera vs 45-point autofocus on my Y camera...

Maybe it DOES reflect slightly on the mentality/attitude/psychology of the individual?
 

night86mare

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no la,

everyone knows the truth, nikonians and canoners are the same,

it is the alpha people, the 4/3 people and the pentaxians that generally shoot better :devil:


just kidding! obviously.
 

surrephoto

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no la,

everyone knows the truth, nikonians and canoners are the same,

it is the alpha people, the 4/3 people and the pentaxians that generally shoot better :devil:


just kidding! obviously.
Though I definately do agree that it is possible that a large bulk of people who never held D-SLRs before immediately set their eyes to the canikon bandwagon... resulting in higher level of less-skilled shooters who use Canon/Nikon.

Means the it seems that more canon/nikon users don't shoot well because 80% of D-SLR users are generally canikoners.
 

zaren

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no difference at all lah.

i have shot with both nikon and canon before, and my photos all look the same.

:bsmilie:
 

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