[QUOTE=Tony_Stark;13891785]Thats the video I watched a long time ago, and forgot how to find it! Im an avid DigitalRev viewer but sometimes its pretty difficult to find some of the older videos.
Yes their videos are very entertaining. This one of course is missing the latest Nikon 85mm 1.8G which is still 'pre-order only"
Since you have used most of them, given the option which lens set would you opt for an why? The more I actually research equipment and such, I just feel at home staying with Canon. While the D800 is a beast of a camera and beats the 5DII in every respect, I just feel very comfortable using the Canon system.
Well, I am a Nikon guy so I am generally biased toward Nikon (although I use Canon alongside Nikon) I like Nikon's DXXX and DX layout and consider it the most logical. I've never loved dual-use buttons of XXD or D5/7. Owned 40D for almost 2 years but could never remember which button to press with which wheel for what. I actually like Rebel layout better because 1 button control ISO. or 60D where they finally separated things one button for one function.
I looved my D700 but sold my last D700 body few days ago and pre-ordered D800. I don't think it is weird at all to use 5D with 24-105 135 and 70-200, and then get D800 with 14-24, 24-70, and 85G. Unless you want to trade 24-105 Canon for Nikon 24-120 F/4, which many people these days like over 24-70, because Nikon 24-70 is just too damn heavy. I once shot a wedding rehearsal with three cameras: D700 with 24-70, D90 with Tokina 11-16, and Canon T2i with 17-55 F/2.8. Everything was great, but I thought my arm would fall off after using 24-70 for few hours. It is a heavy lens and a long one.
I think there is a point of using perhaps a crop system in Canon alongside Nikon full frame. The justification would be that a crop system is lighter/more portrable and can be used when you dont want to bother with heavy camera/lens combos. At least that is my justification in keeping Canon. Plus my wife can use Canon T2i with smaller lenses and not complain about heavy Nikon FX gear. She probably will be thrilled to find out that D800 is almost 200 grams lighter than D700 was.