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I almost feel like Nikon and other Sony competitors need to focus on camera systems that are considered versatile. Sony has their expensive lineup when the A7 first came out. However it was sold as being versatile through adapters so you can utilize many lenses. Now many buy a Sony mirrorless camera because of that feeling of lens freedom. I just have a sneaking suspicion that Nikon will release a mirrorless camera and design it in such a way to exclusively work with their lens set.

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On article Canon introduces new $78K 50-1000mm cine lens (176 comments in total)

Nice! This will go great with a used Canon T1i!

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On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D4 (183 comments in total)
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GordonAtWork: Isn't photography about the end result ? It's great having the newest, fastest, most hunky-doryest model around but I think most are being swept along with all the hype. Good that Nikon, Canon etc are pushing the technological barriers but the images are what count.
No good having a great camera but not having the talent to use it properly.

I think the manufacturers understand that. But that doesn't mean they should stop making technological advances. I see no harm in improving quality, speed and functionality in these machines so enhance the beautiful shots that good photographers take.

Your comment I believe is more a commentary for the purchasers of these cameras to realize they're just buying improved specs, not a new eye for creativity and skill.

Or else Nikon and Canon among others would be Photography Training companies. Schools, writers, tutorials and other photographers do that. Somebody has to advance the actual technology to show off what good photographers do and give them new and faster ways of practicing their craft.

Link | Posted on Mar 19, 2012 at 15:42 UTC
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