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Steve Phillipps June 3rd, 2010 03:15 PM

You agreed with Andrew who said in answer to why Nikon was missing out on the popularity of vDSLRs

"Probably because the video side isn't quite perfected yet in the DSLR's; users reporting overheating in the 7D; video stuttering in the 5D. Just some issues that Nikon may be holding back and try to figure out how to alleviate these issues before implementing it in their offerings."

So Canon release offerings with issues but Nikon won't because they tend to hold back until they've resolved any issues. I don't believe that for a second, and the evidence is there in their current cameras, as they have as many issues as the Canons (even at a lower spec) despite all their ironing out.

Steve

Tony Davies-Patrick June 3rd, 2010 04:33 PM

For gawds sake Steve, give it a rest... :)

ALL the cameras from each company, including Pentax, Nikon, Canon etc, have issues; some more than others, and each company strives to improve them each year.

Steve Phillipps June 3rd, 2010 04:38 PM

Fine, agreed. That's all I was saying, just seemed odd that Nikon was being singled out as an exemplar of a company that irons out issues before releasing them to market.
Steve

Andrew Clark June 6th, 2010 01:18 AM

Yes, all of these cams ... be a point and shoot all the way up to a DSLR .... have flaws when it comes to the video side. Probably because they are designed to be a STILL cam first and foremost with the video capability added as a secondary function.

Anyways, it's just more fun tools for the creative minds to utilize!!


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