What are the most noteworthy aspect of each DSLR system?


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dRebelXT

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Let's write them in a short paragraph, 100 words for each system, ;p the most noteworthy
aspect of Canon, Nikon, Fuji, etc? :)
 

dRebelXT

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Astin said:
10 words:
Nikon lens, Canon camera, Fuji sensor, Sony marketing, Panasonic quality.
Haha, that's concise!

Sigma telephoto lens, Tamron Macro, Konica Minolta built-in IS, Olympus ultrasonic dust removal.

Kodak pentax ? :confused:
 

zcf

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I think Pentax just add a new advantage SR (Shake Reduction) in their future system, similar to AS :sweat:
Antishake?

Konica Minolta, body build in AS (Anti-Shake) as mentioned, nice straight out of the camera colour, cheap good quality lens, good ergonomic body.
 

trlnlty

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canon ~ full frame / telephoto / autofocus / built quality /large 2nd hand market /low noise
 

icarus

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Nikon - body
Canon - full frame sensor
Nikon - wide angle lenses
Canon - tele lenses
Nikon - Flash system
Nikon - Macro system
 

JediForce4ever

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Nikon - body
Canon - full frame sensor
Nikon - wide angle lenses
Canon - tele lenses
Nikon - Flash system
Canon-Auto Focus Speed on Pro bodies
Nikon - Macro system
Canon-Low Noise at High ISOs
Nikon-1.5x on all DSLRs(For tele shooters)
Canon-Very stingy with pricing
Nikon-Always one gen. behind Canon.
 

icarus

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JediForce4ever said:
Nikon-Always one gen. behind Canon.
Are u sure? :think: :sweat: :sweat:

The only thing behind canon is the lack of a FF DSLR thats all.
 

sriram

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Canon: many of my friends shoot canon, so I can bum some lenses/flash/etc off them once in a while :p
I don't care about sensor / image / lens quality, they are all the same across nikon / canon / etc.
 

metallilan

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redstone said:
If you don't mind me asking... Panasoice good ah? :think:
i can sense you are doubting pansonic's quality .... :think:

[darth vader voice]you underestimate the power of the force...[/darth vader voice] :devil:

panasonic cameras are reliable and trustworthy...not yet certain about the new DSLR though...
 

eow

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redstone said:
If you don't mind me asking... Panasoice good ah? :think:
i owned and keep the panasonic fz1 despite owning and trying out the flwg cameras during the course of one year... canon a95, nikon 5400, olympus c-5050
guess what?
i sold off all of them and the fz1 is still with me;p
 

Andy Ho

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Nikon-toughness, film-like quality, reliability, faster AF on pro bodies.
 

yanyewkay

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Fuji:Sensor, Colour, Low Noise, High DR, Good WB
Canon : Sensor, Low Noise, Good WB
KM : Colour, Low Price, Built in AS
Olympus: U/W friendly. New "LIVE" LCD
Nikon : Flash
Sony : Very Branded
 

lsisaxon

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JediForce4ever said:
ok..my bad..
Nikon-One gen behind Canon in DSLR sensors.;)
Doesn't matter as long as the images are nicer than Canon's (IMHO).. Canon sensors/image processing engine removes noise better but it also tend to remove the detail and thus making the pictures look flat. Then again, it might be the optics also, otherwise why would EOS users want to fit Nikon lenses on their EOS bodies?
 

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icarus said:
Are u sure? :think: :sweat: :sweat:

The only thing behind canon is the lack of a FF DSLR thats all.
There's a Kodak FF F-mount.
 

satay16

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Konica Minolta-
Wireless flash system (Even the in-camera flash also can fire, not like nikon)
Flim-like colours (natural)
In-built AS (saves money, imagine getting IS or VR for every lens you own)
Very very very good built quality (Even their prosumer Dimage A1 and A2 uses magnisium alloy bodies)
Superior G lens series (Better than Canon's L, and also much more expensive)
Very low depriciation (comparing to Canon's ever changing cameras. and the 7D is still selling 1.5K plus secondhand on the average)

sadly, all this advantages are useless ever since Sony took over.
 

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