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| p.2 #5 · Nikon or Canon for wildlife |
I don't really have a clue either way - thus my query. I've heard some people claim that the Canon 1D Mark II and the S version of that has awesome AF abilities. My D2h couldn't track well enough for almost any wildlife work. And of the cameras I've used out and about none of them could AF worth a hoot if in any kind of foliage density. So they were limited to maybe a cow standing in a field or something. And reading as I occasionally do over in the Wildlife section here, I see my suspicions verified from time to time with some of the best shooters swearing by MF.
So people just voted based on the camera they happened to own? Strange...