I am just curious as to what everyone here on POTN thinks. I am not thinking of switching at all, just was thinking, after continually hearing Nikon's Flash system is superior to Canons. ( I use Canon, but am not bias either way )
So I have heard & read many many times online & in print exactly that, that Nikons CLS system is far better than Canons. I am just curious as to why this is said?? Why do some people think this??
As far as I know in Nikons system, when you adjust Exposure Compensation on the camera, it adjusts the flash Exposure Compensations too, so lets say you just want to adjust ambient and keep the flash power where it is at. For example you use ExComp -2 in camera, and then you would also have to go to +2 to get your flash back where it was (seems like an extra step)
So basically I am thinking, the Canon seems better in my opinion that you control ambient & flash independently of each other. This is better for me in my opinion.
So is this just an opinion thing, and most people just prefer the way the Nikon system works, and I am in the minority, and prefer Canons, having control of both exposures independently......or does Nikon offer something that I am unaware of, that I missing??
Thanks for everyones time & input, I appreciate it.