- December 7, 2017 at 7:15 pm #27656
Probably those who have told you that Nikons are confusing are those who are accustomed to using Canon or another brand. As a Nikon user I find myself confused whenever I pick up a Canon 😀 But it’s not because Canon’s are necessarily confusing, it’s simply the fact that I’m not accustomed to using one! I’m sure that if you used a Nikon you would soon be comfortable with it. But if you’re already comfortable using a Canon, you might as well stick with that unless you find and incredible deal on a Nikon that you can’t pass up!December 7, 2017 at 8:00 pm #27657
Yeah, I tend to agree with you. And I’d rather have a Cannon anyway. I’ll keep on looking at all my options too. As I said, Dads Sony is nice but also rather confusing. 😀December 9, 2017 at 6:51 am #27666
@sarahanne, I don’t think Nikons are confusing, but I’ve used Nikon all my life, so I’m used to them. I’d probably think Canons were confusing… I have heard Canon lenses are a bit cheaper in price, though.December 9, 2017 at 9:30 am #27667
Yes, I think they might be. And I agree with you, if I’d grown up with Nikon I’d probably think Cannon was confusing. (even though I can’t imagine that. 😀 ) I’ve been given the idea that Nikon is more for outside shooting (i.e. sports, landscape, etc.) And Cannon more for portraits and studio settings. But I don’t know really what the difference is. Maybe you know?!? 🙂December 9, 2017 at 10:19 am #27668
@sarahanne, I’ve heard the same thing, although I’m not sure how accurate it is. I think they are about the same. It’s probably just a matter of preference.December 9, 2017 at 2:20 pm #27673
Maybe. But I thought that if that was the case that a Cannon would be better for me. If not, I guess it would be preference.December 9, 2017 at 2:23 pm #27674
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