Nikon's next camera is going to have a great big key on the side. To operate the camera, photographers have to wind the key round and round until its tight, and then as you use the camera the key rotates the other way and there's a sort of mechanical buzzing noise. Nikon call the introduction of a clockwork mechanism to their cameras "innovation", because it saves photographers having to use these new fangled things called batteries.
Canon on the other hand get on with the business of producing nice products that work, and when the opportunity to genuinely improve comes along, they go for it. Sheesh, what a strange company Canon are!
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