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| p.1 #19 · Canon 60D Or Nikon D7000 ? |
M Lucca wrote:
D7000 is not in the same class as the 7D. It is below. The 7D is a pro built in a compact slr format, the D7000 is pro-built wannabe pro-sumer like the 60d. D300s is the nearest competitor to the 7D. But it is lacking in many areas unfortunately. Hopefully Nikon will do something about this model.
Both are good cameras in its consumer/enthusiast segment. I find the ergonomics on the D7000 terrible though. Feels small and buttons everywhere. Much prefer the D300. Both the 60d/d7000 are decent cameras for image taking. If you are into hdslr, the edge goes to the 60D. Swivel Screen LCD is so nice to use. I seriously recommend you to try both to see which one is more intuitive to use.
In the end, a body is just a body. It depreciates like crazy especially in this segment. I would consider the system in its entirety. Canon has the upper hand in the lens selection.
i did canon for 5 years. 1Ds,1D2, 1Ds2, 1D3, 40D, XTi. i much prefer the Nikon ergonomics to Canon any day of the week. the D7K is quite a usable body and as with most equipment of it type its limits are generally set by the user. i use one on occasion and gotten better results then i thought i would
like i said above its what you are familiar with
yeah lens, i just need so many of them.
my swivel screen G12 went to my daughter. you get over the swivel after a short while then its just there. i replaced it with a much more capable camera in its class, the Fuji X10.
Edited on Dec 17, 2011 at 02:42 PM · View previous versions