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Canon VS Nikon
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Posted 8/15/07
i think is nikon as i t has a better quailty ? .thx
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Posted 8/15/07
NIKON!!! is the best of course
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Posted 8/15/07
I'd say cannon is better
Posted 9/9/07
i love both! but i think you should get a nikon
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Posted 9/9/07
I would suggest that you research on those two brands that you were looking into buying. There are several sites that gives reviews on both. And I agree with edsamac, "Try holding one, and see for yourself which "fits" you." It's like a dress or a pair of shoes.
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Posted 9/9/07
i prefer samsung...but canon juz okay
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Posted 9/9/07
Canon Digital Rebel XT!!! thats wat i was on a hunt forr~~

omg the quality of the pictures that come out.. are sooo
flippin nice!! i've never had a nikon.. so i cant speak for it.
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Posted 9/9/07
probably kodak lol not listed I know. canon I guess
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Posted 9/11/07

xjunko wrote:

Canon Digital Rebel XT!!! thats wat i was on a hunt forr~~

omg the quality of the pictures that come out.. are sooo
flippin nice!! i've never had a nikon.. so i cant speak for it.


You don't know what you're missing... I'd understand someone who'd like pictures from the Digital Rebel XTi (Canon 400D), but not really the XT (Canon 350D), even the 8MP upgrade. Well, when you're at the level of SLR, already, the body only limits you to the metering system/processor, megapixel count, and other camera functions... true quality only comes out in the lenses you use... and your skill as a photographer.
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Posted 9/11/07
uhh i think it's Nikon.. i dunno why..
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Posted 9/11/07
sony
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Posted 9/11/07

meteorain101 wrote:

sony


Ugh... please... of all the cameras I'd not recommend, sony would be on that list. Not only are their cameras expensive, they also have poor optics for their price, the auto focus is slow and noisy, and the manual program functions are too cumbersome to use, that you end up relying on the auto mode, simply because all the other functions are bottled up in the menus and too tiresome to manipulate.

The ISO is also noisy at as low as 400, so it's useless without having to use the built in flash, which looks terrible in most respects.

Seriously, if you're going to suggest a brand, back it up with reason, instead of posting a one word response.
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Posted 9/11/07
my father have a nikon camera and its really easy to use and i like it very much. i think i never use cannon b4 but i think nikon is a better choice....
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Posted 9/16/07
well meeee-- idk i just get a camera that looks nice; with the best camera quality and MPX.....
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Posted 10/10/07
^ Actually, megapixels shouldn't be a big deciding factor when you buy your digital cameras. These companies have been able to trick consumers that "more megapixels means better pictures", when in fact the quality difference between a camera at 4MP looks pretty much the same as that of a 7MP camera when printed at 170dpi at the size of a typical 4R photo ~ in short, the megapixels do little to give you better looking pictures.

Instead, you should invest in the optical system or the image processor of the camera. Megapixels will give you more wiggle-room ONLY if you're into photo editing ~ but if you're simply the casual photo taker who doesn't print out massive images that require pristine quality, even a 4MP will do. Companies nowadays just give consumers a reason to upgrade to a higher MP count just because the think it means that the camera is better.
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