What is the best camera for you! Nikon or Canon?

As a photographer we rely  on our equipment and as we all know, one of  the most important tools we use is our cameras. Now there’s a big controversy on what brand of camera you should use in the field. Nikon and Canon are one of the most popular camera brands out there on the market.  These camera companies are made to take great quality pictures. So why is there so much controversy between photographers? I have been in this field for five years now and the two most popular questions I get asked are what kind of camera do I use? Or what’s the best brand of camera? After doing so much research I went with nikon. I myself just feel like that it was a better choice for me what I was doing as a photographer and I’ve always wanted a nikon ever since I started to get into photography. Entry Level Cameras  These companies have … Read more

Canon Powershot G9 Digital Camera Review

First of all, I would like you to observe that you are reading about Canon G9 because other high performance point an shoot cameras from Canon don’t offer RAW file format as a shooting option (Raw shooting is selected via the Recording Pixels sub-menu in the Function menu). Second, you might be intrerested in the flexibility of use that this camera offers: plenty of accessories (including external flash), full manual controls, a large range of settings (Face Detection AF and AE functions, optical stabilization, 6x optical zoom, Safety Zoom function and built-in ND filter) and in-camera adjustments. On the other side, Canon Powershot G9 is based on the previous G7 model: slightly higher resolution (12.1 megapixels vs 10 megapixels) and a larger, 3.0-inch LCD screen. Also, the G9’s viewfinder, although similar in appearance with the one of G7, is small and rather cramped. It has separate dial controls for shooting modes … Read more

Canon PowerShot A540 Digital Camera Review

Canon Powershot A540 adds Shutter and Aperture Priority Modes to the old Canon A530 as well as 6MP instead of 5MP, and continues featuring the 4x optical zoom. Also, it enlarges the LCD screen and a 16:9 widescreen resolution option. Not only that I’m happy to find a compact digital camera with manual functions and controls, but Im also happy to see it has a quite good optical viewfinder that can be used when the sign low battery appears; and the possibility to attach (with an adapter ring) filters and lenses (don’t expect a large range – its still a compact camera). An underwater case is also available as optional accessory. It has a good hand grip and its very steady on a tripod, but will only fit the bag, not the pocket. Not only the flexibility of the options it provides, but also the vivid colors, low noise and … Read more

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