|Quoting 9VSPO (Reply 4):|
Practical Photography magazine reviewed both cameras head to head and the Canon came out as the winner. Easier to use and slightly better picture quality.
|Quoting TACAA320 (Reply 10):|
Whatever you choose, Canon or Nikon, I bet that you'll not regret your decision. Both are first class products, so go to the dealer, ask to handle both, try them, and make such decision based on which one feel better for you.
|Quoting Scbriml (Reply 12):|
My only contribution here as a very happy Nikonian would be to suggest you consider the D70 rather than the D50.
|Quoting AndrewUber (Reply 1):|
Not to jump on the whole "Canon vs Nikon" bandwagon, but the reason I went with Canon was the glass. Most folks on here (except the diehard NIKON guys) will tell you that Canon glass is better, and there are a lot more different lenses available (perhaps a Nikon shooter can confirm this??).
|Quoting INNflight (Reply 2):|
Canon L lenses are in general less expensive. Top Nikkor's are usually putting more preassure on your wallet
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