My love for Fujifilm dates back in time. After the film era, when using Nikon FM3a, N80 and F100 with Fujifilm and Ilford 35mm films (I was never a big fan of Kodak film), my first experience with Digital cameras was with Nikon Coolpix. I was then switching back and forth between Canon and Nikon small point and shoots or bridge cameras, until I got my first Nikon Digital SLR in the beginning of 2009.
I decided to summarize the results from the comparison table at the top of the page, so it’s easier to see the differences.
The superior feature is highlighted in green. You can see the full specification comparison below the summary table. Have a look and tell me which features you think are more important for you?
March 2, 2012
Canon announced their new “enthusiast” level full frame camera – Canon EOS 5D Mark III.
It is the replacement of the previous model 5DMark II and although there are no many new features, Canon have listened to their customers and “fixed” the major things they were criticized for – autofocus, weather sealing, shooting frame rate, etc.
I won’t describe the characteristics of this camera in details as you can see those at so many places online.