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Thread started 22 May 2011 (Sunday) 14:30
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POLL: "Take your pick"
1000d
5
1.4%
300d
2
0.6%
350d
3
0.9%
400d
3
0.9%
450d
10
2.9%
500d
5
1.4%
550d
10
2.9%
600d
4
1.2%
10d
1
0.3%
20d
5
1.4%
30d
2
0.6%
40d
8
2.3%
50d
10
2.9%
60d
19
5.5%
7d
45
13%
5dC
19
5.5%
5d2
73
21.2%
1d
3
0.9%
1d2
4
1.2%
1d2n
4
1.2%
1d3
11
3.2%
1d4
37
10.7%
1ds
3
0.9%
1ds2
8
2.3%
1ds3
37
10.7%
other
14
4.1%

271 voters, 345 votes given (any choice choices can be voted per member)). VOTING IS FOR MEMBERS ONLY.
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POLL TIME, WHICH IS THE BEST DSLR?

 
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May 23, 2011 13:01 |  #31

hasselblad h4d 60


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May 23, 2011 13:18 |  #32

banpreso wrote in post #12463891 (external link)
hasselblad h4d 60

Gotta agree, the H4D 60 is a mighty fine choice for "best DSLR" -

But since this is a Canon user's forum and the list for the poll only includes Canon Cameras..... I'd go with this - the never before seen prototype Canon 5DMK7 - amazing video and the kit lens alone is expected to retail for more than the cost of a Ferrari...

The only real downside is it requires a very heavy tripod and tethered shooting in "live view" at all times. But OH MY - that "IQ" is every "pixel peeper's" dream!!

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(BTW...I didn't vote - how can any camera be "the best"? Best for what? And for whom?) = This seem more like a list of how many people who respond own what camera. Everyone buys the camera that makes the most sense to them at the time of purchase - be it price, performance, and yes - status...My bet is at least 99% of the respondents picked the camera they own. (except Ben_r_ who voted for every camera! - But then again, maybe he owns one of each?? LOL).

The photo above was taken with my SX10 IS...not an SLR technically I suppose, and I own both a 40D and a 7D, but the SX10 is the camera I take with me the most for fun. As is obvious, the "IQ" is quite good, it has one image stabilized lens that has a 35mm equivalent FOV of 28-560mm, and other than slow shutter lag, it's got a huge "versatility" edge on my dSLR cameras. So in some respects, I'd say it's a "better" camera for me than my 7D since I don't need to lug around thousands of dollars worth of lenses to get the same range of focal lengths. In fact the camera (lens and all) cost less than any one of the EF lenses I own - and weighs less too!

;) :rolleyes:

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May 24, 2011 01:23 |  #33

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So, which one is it? ;)

You don't have to make comments, but I am interested in what people have to say ;)


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May 24, 2011 01:40 |  #34

The best camera would be one that can see into the future or even one with x-ray vision :twisted:


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May 24, 2011 01:48 |  #35

Nikon D3X :p


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May 24, 2011 02:21 |  #36

NinetyEight wrote in post #12467950 (external link)
Nikon D3X :p

That doesn't have x-ray vision, it will be of no use what so ever just like every other camera on this list.


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May 24, 2011 13:34 |  #37

Milutiche wrote in post #12458111 (external link)
You don't have to make comments.
You don't have to post samples.
You don't have to currently own one.
BUT, you must have used the one choose!

megrac wrote in post #12467937 (external link)
The best camera would be one that can see into the future or even one with x-ray vision :twisted:


But thats not in the rules :shock:


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May 24, 2011 14:08 |  #38

Who cares about rules, this poll is retarded anyway. How do you know i havn't used a camera with x-ray vision?


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May 24, 2011 14:18 |  #39

1000d is the best camera ever made IMO


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May 24, 2011 14:21 |  #40

Milutiche wrote in post #12458111 (external link)
You don't have to make comments.
You don't have to post samples.
You don't have to currently own one.
BUT, you must have used the one choose!

I think they are all good so I voted for all the ones I have used, lol!


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May 24, 2011 14:23 |  #41

Really?

Everyone should know that the 300d is the best to this very day, for every type of photography.




  
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May 24, 2011 14:26 |  #42

samueli wrote in post #12470944 (external link)
Really?

Everyone should know that the 300d is the best to this very day, for every type of photography.

Honestly I agree with this however the AF system was just too complicated for me to learn, I needed the simplicity and IQ of the 1000d for my work.


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May 24, 2011 15:07 |  #43

megrac wrote in post #12470860 (external link)
Who cares about rules, this poll is retarded anyway. How do you know i havn't used a camera with x-ray vision?

did you take that camera to the beach:lol:
or do you work for TSA?


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May 24, 2011 15:17 |  #44

banpreso wrote in post #12471218 (external link)
did you take that camera to the beach:lol:
or do you work for TSA?

HA HA Sony HandiCam! Daytime nightvision mode! lol


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May 24, 2011 21:21 |  #45

Milutiche wrote in post #12458111 (external link)
BUT, you must have used the one choose!

Then why you named it - WHICH IS THE BEST DSLR?
It is simple, best one is the one I don't have yet.


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