Thinking of switching back to canon

Started Aug 4, 2012 | Discussions thread
Abraxx Regular Member • Posts: 135
Re: Thinking of switching back to canon

That is just NOT TRUE at all! A very poor suggestion!.

Ergonomics are one of the most important aspects for me (and many photographers out there), haptics, holding the cam, build quality, responsiveness, customization, ease of use etc
We are talking here about very highly capabale Cams, if the ergonomics fail
its a NO GO, no matter which brand it you prefer (or if at all).

Sounds like you do not have that much fun using the Cam , but then again
I do not to earn my money with it, so ergonomics are VERY important to me.
I do not discipline myself without need and if there is an alternative.

SubPrime wrote:

hotdog321 wrote:

Both Nikon and Canon systems are phenomenal with only incremental differences between them. Ergonomics is often underrated. The feel and ease of operation, especially when in a hurry, are important.

True, but when one looks at the images on their screen after a day of shooting, one soon forgets how the camera felt in the hands.

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