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Old Dec 30, 2016, 3:28 PM   #11
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Hi! Sorry for unprofessional question, but on most forums people recommend Nikon. But my friend has Canon and very happy about it. Is there big difference between them?
DxOMark objective test results show that when equivalent Canon and Nikon dSLRs are compared, the Nikon has less noise and greater dynamic range, though the difference is often slight.

The best method for selecting a camera body is to look for lenses that can do what you want, that perform well, and that are within your budget, and buy the best camera body that can use them.

Picking a camera based entirely on the brand name emblazoned on the outside could result in you painting yourself into a corner.

BTW, you'd likely get a lot more replies to your inquiry by posting it in a new topic, instead of piggybacking on someone else's.
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DxOMark objective test results show that when equivalent Canon and Nikon dSLRs are compared, the Nikon has less noise and greater dynamic range, though the difference is often slight.

The best method for selecting a camera body is to look for lenses that can do what you want, that perform well, and that are within your budget, and buy the best camera body that can use them.

Picking a camera based entirely on the brand name emblazoned on the outside could result in you painting yourself into a corner.

BTW, you'd likely get a lot more replies to your inquiry by posting it in a new topic, instead of piggybacking on someone else's.
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