Discussion in 'Canon Cameras' started by SuzukiGS750EZ, Oct 30, 2016.
The only solution for you is to keep the 80D and buy a D7200
I'll start a go fund me lol
This is where you are wrong, today most professionals are moving to Sony and Nikon and leaving Canon by the thousands, its a brand that loosing ground more and more.
If I was you I would jump ship and move to Sony or Nikon while your equipment is still worth something.
Most former Nikon professional photographers have already moved to Canon
Nikon is rapidly "loosing" ground in the quality Dept.
You are both being silly now. Everyone knows all professional photographers are rapidly moving away from Nikon, Canon, Sony and the other SLR makers and using their cell phone cameras.
Oh dear, poor guy, you got to lie to yourself and keep lying to feel good about Canon.
Sadly it will not help, Canon is slowly selling less and less.
Some of its cameras are still ok but not for long, good that there are still people like you that believe in it but that will not help in the long run, when it comes to DSLR Nikon is just getting Canon share but mostly its Sony who is getting most of the disillusioned Canon customers who jumped ship.
Forget Sony,Nikon and canon.
For a Blazingly great camera get a Note 7
It's the hottest one on the market !!
Scorches all dslrs in performance
First off, you're making an anecdotal fallacy argument--you seriously debate like a 2nd grader.* There are plenty of reasons to explain why "most" of the professionals use Canon.
Second, is it even true that most professionals use a Canon?
Third, does everyone agree that Canon lenses are definitely better?
Drivel, trash post. The OP is looking for substantive information to help determine which camera they should buy. Your "Canonian" posts are not helping anyone.
*I take that back, that's offensive to 2nd graders.
Well, my opinion on the Canon vs Nikon is for the Canon lenses.... I almost was in favor of switching from my 70d to the Nikon 810 because the dynamic range and high ISO performance was just so much better than the 5dmkiii.... but then got the 5dmkiii because I figured the Canon glass will last forever and always be top notch and I figured eventually Canon would catch up to Nikon/Sony with their sensors... the 5dmkiv still isn't on par with them, but it is finally close and we still have the Canon lenses to help. For the record, I plan to trade my mkiii in today for the mkiv.....
As for 80d vs 7200, not sure if the 7200 is touch screen, but they do come in handy. Specially for quick zooms to check eye focus and things like that. That's the one thing I miss about my 70d when I got my 5dmkiii....even setting changes are quick when you can just touch what you want to change, versus moving the joystick around.
Such a Nikonian.
How exactly am I a "Nikonian"? Unless I misunderstand the definition, I have not nor will I most likely ever own a Nikon. Yes, I said the 810 has a better dynamic range and high ISO performance. That was it. All I said was that the Canon 5dmkiv has finally come close to the picture quality of the D810. I own all Canon gear.
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