#41. "RE: Torn between a D700 and D300...which to buy" In response to In response to 38
>It is so hard for me to understand the frustrations that some >of the photographers have with Nikon. If you are a sport >photographer and Nikon is not fulfilling your needs what is >stopping you from going Canon? >Now, the word pathetic does not look right to me for a company >that is taking a good share of the market. As a matter of >fact, the D3 made many professionals switch back and let's be >realistic, the D3 and the D300 are most probably the best made >cameras in their formats right now. >We do not owe loyalty to Nikon, at least I do not and I am >sure the same goes for Canon users. We buy our gear we do not >get it for free. >Since cameras and lenses are tools each photographer should >use what makes him or her comfortable irrespective of the >brand name. >What I am saying is that if you do not like flying with United >you could be very happy flying with Jet Blue. > >William Rodriguez >Miami, Florida.
Hear hear. And it is a great thing that both Jet Blue and United are available for our choice. Lets not forget that a switch can and may be made... We owe nothing to the brand of our camera and lenses...
(I am happy with the sturdyness of nikon D200 and D300. I do like the price and image quality of canon 5D )