Test to compare Canon versus Nikon to decide on new your DSLR camera.
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The Nikon and Canon brands are the first brands you'll find when reviewing your options for DSRL camera's. And for digital photography you might find it's quite a challenge deciding between Canon versus Nikon.
Both brands provide Digital Single Lens Reflex cameras and have their own fans and advocating experts all over the world. Some would argue one brand isn't better than the other, others beg to differ. There is always a competition going on between the two household names in terms of performance. They make sure that their new designs or technology create a buzz in the photography world, whether it is a high resolution sensor or a new lens they have developed.
Nikon first introduced its first DSLR camera in 1999, Canon soon followed in 2000. Since then a great choice of DSLR camera bodies and lenses were designed to provide both beginners and expert photographers. Even though the difference between the two might be minimal in terms of functionality, this test will dig deeper into your search for a DSLR camera and outline the best choice for you personally.
In short, it is difficult to choose between Nikon and Canon when comparing DSLR systems and you're looking for a personal advice withour reading all blogs, reviews and resourced on the subject. We've already read some for you and studied the differences between these DSLR camera brands. This test consists of 8 simple questions and takes only 2 minutes. It covers aspects like the purpose for your DSRL and your photography preferences and requirements. The outcome is a score per brand, and an advice if you should get a Canon or Nikon camera.
It’s a short test, with quiz like questions. With only 8 questions it can only give an indication and no guarantees are given. We offer some of the sources that we’ve used when creating the test: Wikipedia and photographylife.com.
More sources can be found on the result page at the end of the test. Start your test to decide between Canon vs Nikon.