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Why Canon for landscape

 
Scapevision
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Mar 19, 2012 21:28 |  #16

I might also add one more reason, though not considered when I began, it's the adaptability of other system lenses to Canon EF


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ELT_Photo
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Mar 20, 2012 00:10 |  #17

The 5D "classic".


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wayne.robbins
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Mar 20, 2012 04:18 |  #18

Brand loyalty.. Although I've had some point and shoots ( even film) that were other brands- I've used almost always Canon- 95% of the time. The one Nikon P&S digital that I had- could never figure it out... Even at work, most that own a DSLR now own Canons.. Those few that own Nikon- are trying to sell their Nikon's to buy a Canon. Yeah, I know, reality- neither is going to make them an award winning photog, but I prefer the Canon's..


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Shadowblade
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Mar 20, 2012 06:41 |  #19

Because Canon was first to the party with a 21MP sensor that could rival MF film, and had the tilt-shift lenses to go with it for stitching. Basically, they had the best sensor back in 2007, before the Exmor existed.

Pity they haven't progressed at all since then, as far as landscape shooters are concerned...




  
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