Anyone interested in photography has had to make this difficult choice, but in fact there are different ways to tell which one is better than Canon and Nikon.
Both Canon and Nikon are now ranked first in the world's best line of DSLR machines. Because the machines that both companies produce are really perfect. But of course there are some fundamental differences, and all these differences are critical issues that will affect your choice. So, in fact, it is not possible to say better than others on brand evaluation, but we can make some comparisons.
First of all, when choosing a camera, we must know that what is critical is 'choice according to necessity'. Because although they all look similar in basic sense, each machine has its advantages and disadvantages in different areas. In this context, we can list the reasons for Canon and Nikon's preference as follows:
In Canon, the photo machine fan is much wider than Nikon and you will have a much higher rate of finding quality machines that appeal to every budget.
Canon's machines are particularly successful at night, and we can say that Nikon is in front of it.
The lens range is also much higher than Nikon's in Canon, which brings with it freedom of attraction.
Canon machines are ideal for outdoor shooting and moving shots.
Nikon photographic machines are much more expensive than Canon, but we can say that the camera is much more durable.
Even though Canon is defeated in night shootings, Nikon is extremely assertive in daytime shooting.
Nikon's apparatus flier is much larger than Canon.
Nikon photographic machines are often used for studio shots and show excellent performance in this respect.
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Based on this information, you can select your machine by evaluating the area you will use intensively, such as exterior – interior, night – day shots. But in fact, apart from all this, the camera is about preference and ease of use, and some professions prefer Canon, claiming it is much more comfortable, while others say Nikon.
Apart from this, some important issues to consider when choosing a machine are the main factors such as speed of shooting (fps value), whether or not you can control the sharpness at the body, internal lens characteristics, resolution value . For example, a camera with a resolution of 24.1MP, shooting at 5.1 fps and at least 1080p video output would be highly satisfactory with a preferred lens for the area you would prefer to shoot.