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What do you think is the company that manufactures the best camera? Is it Canon, Nikkon, Fujifilm, or anything else? What do you think are the differences of each manufacturers?
Canon and Nikko are doing excellent works when we talk about making good cameras. It is all about what you look out for when you are getting them. The thing is that while Canon will make ones that is rugged, Nikko is known for sleek designs. So, you have got to make your choice on that.
Yes, I agree with what you are saying. They are creating cameras for different purposes. Nonetheless, it is about how you use it and maximized the features of your camera.
I totally agree! I once had cameras of those brands. The price fits the quality.
Cannon will have to be my first choice when it comes to the company that gives you the best in camera production. This company have been in business over a long long time now and they have kept pace with any form of competition the market has ever brought up by offering nothing but the best product to their customers. Even though some of the their camera products are expensive, they are 100% worth it.
I go for Cannon but only because it is the one I have had an experience with. I cannot complain too of the pictures taken with their camera and as such it is the best I have encountered as up to now.
I chose canon. I believe that this is the best camera among the three. My dad bought this kind of camera before.
I think each company offers its best cameras. Its up to you to choose. I believe that the photos of those camera matters a lot. It is the beautiful memories from those photos are the most important part in photography. Its the joy and happiness from the events makes it more wonderful.
I agree, it's on how you used them. It's not really about on what camera you use. But its in how you maximize your cameras ability. Dont be jealous on what they're cameras can do cause there are some features only you're camera can do.
I agree with you. Though these cameras are quite expensive, you cannot deny that the variations offer different options that can help you produce good photos in different conditions.
I am fond of Pentax for being low noise, which is important for most commercial shoots. But they have their limitations in terms of focus and low light shooting.
The first professional camera that I used was the Pentax brand. I was a sixth grader when my journalist father bought this camera. We had two extra lenses and a tripod. I learned how to take pictures by using this camera. It was an analog camera and had to be inserted films to take pictures. We had this camera for many years until it broke beyond repair.
Well as for me, Canon is the best brand of camera. The specs are superb and their cameras really provides awesome photos. But I also think that sometimes, it's about maximizing your camera. You just have to learn how to utulize all the tools of your camera.
Canon is one of the top makers of cameras and the thing is that they take the job very serious. This is something that was not like that before. They are pushing to be at the top and that is something that is good for the competition. You get to buy quality cameras at an affordable price.
Yes, I also think that it is about maximizing how to use your camera. All of the cameras have different features and its own advantages. We just need to read or watch videos of professional photographers on how to use a specific camera. I watched a Youtube video saying that cameras have different features, just explore them.
Canon camera are up there among the best ever produced by a camera company. The specs behind the technology is amazing with the high end quality pictures they produce on capturing images. Canon camera products have one of best cameras ever produced for outdoor photography especially du raining season.
Based on the market cap, here is the rank of three top cameras
Interestingly, all of these companies are Japanese multinational companies. I have used different models of these cameras and they are all good. The one that I am using now is canon.
Yes, that is my realization too. These are all Japanese companies.
Exactly. You just chronologically arranged the products based on its supremacy and high quality. Canon is the best in the business at the moment, although Nikkon is coming up a little bit but it's still have a long way to go with catching up with Canon products.
Whether you are a professional photographer, an ameteur photographer, hobbyist photographer or an occassional photographer, Japanese cameras have it all. Canon has high end DSLR for the professionals or point and shoot camera for the hobbyist and occassional photographers.
Exactly. Canon is the best when it comes getting the best with high end quality pictures. It was what I used when I was carrying out one of my professional courses on photography and photojournalism. The images which I was tasked to capture as part of my project was among the best from what was presented by all my colleagues.
Do you think Canon and Nikkon are just the same? I mean, there camera just looks very similar. I am not a professional photographer. I just noticed its appearance.
Do you think S9 and iPhone X are just a name? Do you see any difference in the hardware and software? Do you see anu difference in the features?
Just like in the world of phones, every brand of camera can be easily distinguished (we are not talking about the copycat models). The hardware has different specifications, the features are different. In order to notice the difference, you have to use them.
I have used Canon and Nikkon. But, from my experience Canon is the best. I still use Canon cameras, because the making is of quality.
I agree with you that these are the best.
According to sales volume, Canon is the biggest camera brand. Nikkon is on the second spot. It is really hard to say which one is better as both off these cameras have loyal customers.
To some extent, I tend to think that these brands are related in one way or the other. No brand will beat the two soon.
When it comes to camera brand, the top performers are Cannon, Nikkon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, and Fujifilm and interestingly all of these brands are "Made in Japan"
Well, I'm going to go with the one that I have used based on my experience with the camera and it's going to Canon company camera products. It's gives me the perfect shot based on optimization and focusing. Image quality and enhanced features are top notch class when it comes to using Canon camera products.
Canon is good and rigid which is the reason most of us prefer it. The thing is that you can't really compare it with the other when it comes to enjoying good performance. I have come to notice that Nikkon is a good camera which is nice as I have enjoyed using it for long.
I’m personally a big fan of Canon as well. I’ve mostly liked them due to their ease of use. The very first DSLR I ever picked up was a Canon T3i, and right from the get-go I was able to take fantastic photos without even knowing the ins and outs of the camera. Their interface is very digestible for beginners.
A while ago I picked up my friend’s Sony DSLR, and while it was as good as my camera in every way (even better in some ways) it was a hassle to figure out how to use it. Canon knows how to make photography fun and easy.
I think overall there are three smartphone brands competing for the best camera iPhone, Samsung and newcomer Google and as per online review sites, Google smartphones have the edge, with both iPhone and Samsung vying for second place.
I cannot speak for iPhone because I have never used an iPhone. However, based on my experience with Android phone cameras from the top brands like Sony Samsung, HTC, Vivo, Oppo etc. I think Samsung beats all. Sony Xperia also has a good camera, however, for the price you pay for Xperia, you can get a better device from Samsung.
Try borrowing your friends IOS phone dear. Give it a try, compare the difference and qualities of their camera. I also tried those brands of Smart phones you stated. I agree their camera's are all awesome in quality. But when I got my first Iphone, I've learnt that I can actually use it in photography. I mean not like those professional shots. But this one's great.
I have not used an iPhone, howeve,r I have seen pictures taken from an iPhone and I agree that iPhone takes wonderful shots. However, the point is what camera you are comparing with iPhone. If you compare photos from Samsung S9 and iPhone X, I don't think there is much difference.
The three of them are Japanese owned companies if i'm not mistaken, so basically they have the same technology applied. I think they just differ in methods, production and materials used. I have used both Cannon and Nikon but i think Nikon has the upper hand because they also develop industrial equipment using their lenses and technology.
With all the reviews and the people who are commenting online, even if I haven't tested it yet, it seems Google's Pixel 2XL wins by a mile.
I think Canon is doing a pretty good job in creating cameras. I think that they have a very user-friendly camera. Beginners can easily know how to used it because it is very simple.
Yeah, it's a plus specially for beginners. Feature's that are user friendly is important so that users can be both familiar and efficient on their work. Canon also makes their own lenses that's why their technology is far advance in my opinion.
For smartphones, the best ever camera yet in a mobile would be the Google Pixel 2 it's because of all the reviews made by Dxo Mark when it came out side by side with Samsung's latest galaxy S9 and Iphone X with having just a single rear camera compared to dual cameras from the other contenders is really a monster. I hope that samsung and apple can adapt to rise above the game, not just for the camera but for over all features.
When it comes to smartphones with good cameras the best three brands are Google, iPhone and Samsung.
That is right but Huawei cameras are doing better now and penetrating the customers to buy their products. Huawei is making big wave now and they have one of the best cameras in smart phones nowadays. The cameras are hd and very high quality.
I’m going to be completely honest here and say that I’m a total fanboy for Canon. My very first point-and-shoot camera my parents bought me was a Canon, every digital camera I had afterwards was a Canon, and my very first DSLR was a Canon (a Rebel T3i for those who are curious). Every Canon camera I’ve ever used, from the cheapest to the most expensive, was an absolute joy to use. I’ve used Nikon and Sony cameras as well, and while they aren’t bad by any means, I feel like they are too complicated.
Canon are very efficient at streamlining their design and interface.
When it comes to still photography Canon is the best brand followed by Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Casio, Panasonic, Pentax and Linux in that order.
I would recommend Sony as the best camera to use. Sony is known as a great company. The focusing of the camera is more reliable and it has a broad range of camera bodies and lenses. It also has a faster autofocus compared to other cameras.
For what I have experience for smartphones. Oppo brands provide a nice photos. It's cameras are high quality. I think Oppo focus on cameras and that is one of their strength when it come to smartphones.
Yes you are right. Oppo phones are really great especially for people who love to take selfies. Majority of my friends have Oppo as their smartphones and so far, they've produced great pictures.
I think cannon would be the one that had the best camera. My experience in using canon it really have quality material and really takes clear photos. I do not know with others but I think canon is the best camera.
I believe, for mobile phones, Sony Xperia has the best specs of all time. As I compared it to other cameras, I could tell that it was made for photography. The clarity & definition of each image you take was like done professionally even if it's just a simple selfie.
I haven't actually tried Sony Xperia, but I have read some comments online stating how they love the phone. The specifically like the camera quality.
Neither of the two. I'll vote for GoPro and will stick with it. It's compact, lightweight, waterproof, can be attached to anything. All in all, it is just simply amazing.
Canon and Nikon compete favorably in making of the best cameras. When one company goes and outjumps the other, the outjumped company retaliates. At leadt that is what I can say.
Professional photographers, I noticed, either use Canon or Nikon. I would choose whichever is cheaper. I think the difference in quality between the two are small, and both have an advantage over the other one. It now depends on the user, but I like Canon, it sounds better, and much easier to say.
You have a point. Actually, for normal people like me, we wouldn't even distinguish the difference between the two because both offer great quality photos. Well, yes, there are some features that make them different, but, it's more practical to go with what's cheaper.
Canon is the best of all. Nonetheless, the difference between Canon and Nikon is not that big. I sometimes tend to think that these companies are related in one way or the other.
What do you think has the best camera: In terms of smartphone, I only tried to use two kind of mobile brand, the oppo and the samsung one. Base on my experience the samsung has a best camera compare to oppo mobile. I can really differenciate the difference between the two when I try to capture one spot using this two device.