|Quoting Codeshare (Reply 2):|
The Canon is quite small and feels like a P+S camera in a way.
|Quoting Skidmarks (Reply 5):|
Canon (sad gits)
just don't have the accessory support or the experience of the two majors.
|Quoting Dvincent (Reply 7):|
I wish this would stop. Oly, Pentax, and Sony via Minolta have all been playing the game as long as Nikon and Canon.
|Quoting JakTrax (Reply 11):|
I see what you're saying but for anyone unsure which camera to get I wouldn't recommend buying anything other than Canon or Nikon just to prove a point. Indeed, many features of Sony, Olympus and Pentax cameras are revolutionary and prices better than you-know-who, but sticking with the tried and tested if you're new to the game makes sense to me.
|Quoting Dvincent (Reply 13):|
You're going to get great image quality no matter who you buy from
|Quoting BrianW999 (Reply 12):|
I still use the D70S alongside the D80 and am very happy with both.
The 400D's strength, however, remains in its competitive price.
|Quoting JakTrax (Reply 17):|
Speaking of noise, it must be recognised that Canons generally have superior noise performance when compared to other manufacturers - especially at high ISOs.
|Quoting Dvincent (Reply 18):|
The 350D has excellent noise performance, but I can't help but feel the 400D got taken down a notch when going up to 10MP. Canon had to have used more aggressive noise reduction. The 400D's continuous buffer more than makes up for it, though.