- Sep 30, 2005
That's right bane, the Nikon you love so much played a big part in Pearl Harbor. I hope you are happy.
I did not know this.did you know nikon means japan optical?
Nor this.and its parent is Mitsubishi.
Oh well.That's right bane, the Nikon you love so much played a big part in Pearl Harbor. I hope you are happy.
So is a P&S with 1080P.for little jonny's christmas concert, the video on dslr is plenty.
I have nothing right now, ergo, I can go with either company, and thus, I'll go with the product I like. As for not using it, well, that is a major concern, and one of the reasons I'm starting to consider refurbished previous-generation equipment, despite being one of those "new electronics new stuff only" people.So is a P&S with 1080P.
I have to agree as I've been using Canon basically forever. Although in film I trained on Nikon/Nikor glass (F4 body)...
Started digital with a coolpix P&S (learned that was really pray and shit) and it was quite unreliable. Moved over to Canon Powershot G1 nearly 10 years ago. Learned their software/interface and have not looked back. Went through the ranks - Rebel, 5D, 1D, etc. Nice thing is their awesome glass fits them all! The only way I see going Nikon is if you're starting out and have nothing invested in glass. There's lots to learn regardless of the road you take. The worst thing you can do is dump a few grand on a body and lenses and let them sit in a box. :biggrin: