I have to say I used to love coming on here as it was so informative with regards to technique, settings etc. Good feedback could be obtained on images presented, but that has slowly declined.
This forum is now filled with posts along the lines of should I buy a 300mm f2.8 or get a nifty fifty, or im thinking of getting a 70d but should I buy a 1dx.
Canon and Nikon make great cameras, they work far better than any camera could have done when I started out 45 years ago, I just don't get this need to ask "which one" without first analysing :-
1/ personal needs, 2/ personal budget, 3/ personal desire.
Do people walk down the street and go up to a complete stranger and say ive got £3 or $5 and say im hungry, should I go to macdonalds or burger king?.....I don't get it.
I guess the data provided by the internet is easy to research rather than going out and trying, but real world trying would probably end up with a better purchase as its the individuals who make the choice and not just a concensus of opinions by those who may be biased. This is probably compounded by the lack of local salesrooms and by buying cheap from internet based warehouses.
This forum needs to get back to photography and all the pleasures that photography can give, rather than the endless posts on retailing and brand competitiveness.
To the op, go buy a Nikon, if it allows you to take great pictures and you enjoy using it, it will be money well spent, show the images here....and I would say the same to all canon users. Lets get back to images, how we captured them, rather than with what we used
Now, im thinking of buying a 400m f2.8 to fit to my mirrorless camera using an adaptor, should I instead buy a 35mm lens, or maybe get a 5d mk3
there are 3 types of people in this world, those that can count and those that can't