Love those folks at Nikon.
Yes I know everyone has their favorite camera company. And there are a lot to choose from.
Just like some people like Coke and some people like Pepsi, there is a brand loyalty that goes deep…very deep. And yes, there are a lot more brands of sodas out in the world, than 2.
Truthfully, digital cameras now have a lot of similar characteristics, and the post production with photographic software like Adobe Photoshop CS2 will tell the tale in the end.
Wait…it’s the image. Without the great image , the rest doesn’t matter. They are just tools. A photographer should be able to make a strong image with a box camera.
OK, climbing off the soap box now.
Nikon is my personal brand of choice.
Oh , there are very good friends of mine who are Canon all the way. And I understand their reasons.
Heck, I own a Canon for one lens I love to use. (24 mm tilt-shift). Right tool for the right job.
After working with the D200 I have to tell you, this is the real deal. The feel, the controls, the options are all where they should be. The huge RAW images give me the material I need.
No I’m not going to get into the technical achievements, although there are many.
Instead I’m going to send you to a feature from NIKON that is the best.
Last year, I found some instructional videos on their Japan site. They are now available in the US.
If you own a NIkon, or are considering purchasing one, you have to check this out.
We’re talking DSLR’s , CoolPix, and Software.
Last night I walked through the videos and was duly impressed.
They don’t seem to tout this feature, but you should check it out. It may very well tell you something about a product you already own, or let you know why you should purchase a new camera.
And for those who swear by the other companies products, right on.
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How about it Rich M?
Perhaps it’s that competition in the marketplace that makes the consumers the winners.