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The Great Debate: Canon Vs. Nikon

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When it comes to buying a new or even used DSLR camera, we are stumped between which brand to choose from. There are a few, but it’s Canon vs Nikon for most of us.
And that’s what today’s article will discuss. What are the differences and what should you look out for when it comes to Canon vs Nikon?
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Introduction

Back in the golden age of film photography, there were plenty of brands around. You could choose some awesome cameras. The Canon vs Nikon debate was a lot less prominent.
But we’ve entered the age of digital photography. Outside mirrorless cameras, The two biggest players are Canon and Nikon DSLRs. The question many ask is: as a beginner photographer about to buy one of them, which one do I get?
Which is the best camera body for beginners – digital Canon or Nikon?
Before I go any further, I’m not saying that other brands such as Sony, Samsung, Pentax, etc. are no good. You can get amazing photos with them. But there is a lot more choice with Canon or Nikon.
Also, as a disclaimer, I should tell you that I shoot with a Canon, not that it matters. This article will provide an objective look at the two brands, both high-end and entry level DSLRs.
A photographer changing settings on a Canon DSLR camera - canon vs. nikon cameras

Compatibility Canon Vs. Nikon

This is one of the biggest reasons why Canon and Nikon are more popular than the other brands. They’re compatible with much older equipment.
Canon’s EOS range goes back to 1987 and Nikon’s F mount range of lenses to 1959. This means that you can take any EOS or F lens and stick it on your camera – it’ll work.
The main difference between the two is the autofocus. With Canon, all the EOS lenses will autofocus whereas, with Nikon, only the AF-S lenses do.
If you want your Nikon lens to autofocus, you need to choose an AF-S lens. This narrows your options. (By the way, you want your lens to autofocus.)
Nikon decided to remove the autofocus motor from their entry-level cameras. This is to keep them lightweight, compact and cheaper. This goes a long way in deciding between Nikon or Canon.
Currently, the Nikon D40, D40X, D60, D3000, D3100, D5000 and D5100 don’t include motors. Canon have always had the autofocus motors in the lenses, not the bodies.
This isn’t a problem for Canon users. They feel that Canon professional cameras are the best choice in the battle of Nikon vs Canon.
A Nikon and Canon camera resting on a wooden table
The past 25 years’ lenses are enough to keep most photographers satisfied. But if you know of any much older lenses that you must have on your camera, Nikon is the way to go.
I’ve recently upgraded some of my lenses to Canon’s L-Series. The jump in quality is noticeable, not least in the autofocus. For this, Canon professional cameras win.
They both use ultrasonic motors. These are fast and accurate. And provide me with excellent results each time. Older lenses use older motors which are less reliable and don’t perform so well.
If you’re looking to buy an old lens, make sure you test it out first.
Speaking of the crop factor. You may be interested to know that Canon’s professional cameras have sensors that are a little bit smaller in their entry-level bodies. This gives more of a crop.
The crop factor is 1.6 rather than 1.5. If you put a 50mm lens on a crop body, you’re going to be seeing the equivalent of 80mm, rather than 75mm.
It’s not a huge difference but it may be something you want to consider if you buy a lot of full frame lenses.
A Nikon DSLR on white background. best nikon dslr

Performance

You may think that this is the most influential factor for comparison. But the performance between Canon or Nikon is so good. It would be ridiculous to generalise each manufacturer to try and decide which is best.
The best thing to do if your main interests lie in the performance of a digital camera is to compare key factors. These are the autofocus system, noise, megapixels, photos per second and even weight.
There are areas where Canon stands out where Nikon doesn’t and vice versa. Here, you would need to check things like Nikon camera reviews, Canon software and the Nikon vs Canon DSLR debate.
For example, I don’t like Canon’s auto white balance but Canon lenses are some of the best around. The Nikon menu system is poorly set out but their cameras handle noise very well.
It all comes down to which great cameras are in your price range. Canon and Nikon are trying to outdo one other. Hence, when we talk about both companies, it’s Nikon vs Canon all the way.

Usability

One of the most important factors to consider when buying a new camera is usability. This goes a long way in the Canon vs Nikon battle.

How does it feel in your hand? What’s it like to shoot with? How easy is it to navigate the menu?

You can answer these questions when you pick up a camera for the first time. For me, they tend to outweigh all the other reasons for buying a camera.

When I picked up my first Canon, it felt right. You shouldn’t be swayed by the style of the little red detail on a Nikon, or the big grey lenses from Canon. You should see what works for you and stick with it.

It’s not often that people switch between brands. When they do, it’s usually down to usability. Any good photographer knows that they can produce excellent results with basic gear.An overhead shot of 6 Canon or Niokon lenses

Canon Vs. Nikon – Which Brand is Right for You?

I encourage you to go into a camera shop with a budget and a have look at the cameras in that price range. The prices between Nikon or Canon are going to be similar.
Don’t look at specs to begin with, only pick up a few cameras. See how easy they are to use and what sort of results they give.
My Canon has a good screen so it’s much easier to review my image quality. I do this using the live view mode. Some of my friends who shoot with Nikon’s have horrible screens in comparison.
These small details add up to make a significant difference. Let them influence your decision. Your first camera is something you should do in the shop, not online.
A lot of people who get into photography tend to do so because their friends have DSLRs. They want to produce the same sort of results. If you like Nikon or Canon, first try a Nikon vs Canon DSLR comparison.
Your friends will no doubt have at least some influence on your decision. They’ll try to convince you to buy the brand that they use. And it’s not actually a bad idea.
Buying the same brand camera as a friend means that you can share lenses and flashes. When you go out taking photos together, you end up having twice as much equipment at your disposal.
And you can lend things to each other all the time. They will also be able to help you learn how to use your camera.
A canon dslr camera on white background- canon vs nikon
One of my close friends bought a Nikon and was asking me how to take some of the photos that I’d taken. Although I could tell him how I did it, I couldn’t walk him through it on his camera. I didn’t know how to use it.
Finally, think about what you want to do with your camera and where you want it to take you. Both cameras photograph comparatively well in low light, so there need to be other factors.
A friend of mine owned a really good Nikon D300 but ended up selling all of his gear and buying Canon instead, all because he wanted to upgrade to full frame.
The price for a Nikon full frame DSLR (D700) was only a few hundred dollars more than the Canon (5D). But the Nikon was only 12 megapixels compared to Canon’s 21.
The number of megapixels was important for the type of photos he planned to take. If he had stuck with Nikon, this would have cost him a lot more money.
When you’ve taken all the factors I’ve listed in this post into account, it’s clear that there’s no real winner. All it really comes down to is personal taste.
I’m sure I’ve missed something and this sort of topic is usually a great source of arguments. So, if you have something you’d like to contribute, either leave a comment at the bottom or come over to our Facebook page.

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50 comments
  1. I’ve never read an article about the Canon vs. Nikon war with a totally objective view, great job!
    For me, I love Canon because they have a much cleaner body. A major plus for Canon is also the fact that they can fix your lenses in record times, something Nikon doesn’t.

    1. How could you honestly call this a objective view review of Canon/Nikon? He shoots with Canon, all of his antidotes are negative towards Nikon, or stories are of people switching from Nikon. It’s pretty easy to see which way his swing lays…

      1. I’m sorry you think that, but at no point did I say that I recommend Canon over Nikon, in fact, I think I made a pretty strong point that neither one of them was better than the other. I did in fact recommend Nikon though if you want a longer line of lenses to choose from; I simply gave pros and cons for each brand based on the facts. It doesn’t bother me if someone wants to give their money to Nikon rather then Canon; it doesn’t effect the way I shoot or teach. Choose the camera that works for you, whether that’s Canon, Nikon, Sony, Samsung, Pentax, Simma, Lumix, or Leica.

      2. Obvious Canon bias. Plus, this information is a decade old. Both cameras are excellent. I have a lot of older Nikon lenses from back when pros only shot Nikons. Canon caught up and passed Nikon with auto focus and exposure sports glass. Sadly, Nikon didn’t care about their pro shooters for several years, focusing more on beginners and science applications. Most pros sold their Nikons and bought Canons to stay competitive. A bit late, but Nikon finally got back in the pro game, but the damage was done. That said, a Nikon D850 with a set of f/2.8 zooms is hard to beat!

      3. I am using nikon as beginner, now i can click any pictures easily as i learnt how to click now i want to buy a new camera so which brand should i choose ?

      4. I think he did a great job comparing the two. He even admitted upfront that he uses a canon but didn’t seem bias.

        My question is I’m traveling to Greece and possibly Italy next year. What lens do you suggest if I went with a canon EOS rebel T6 ?

      5. I want to buy a camera, but I’m totally cunfused which one I have to buy. Please please someone tell me. Nikon, Canon Etc…. Which one is best????

      6. Well, he uses a Canon, that’s made clear from the outset. I wouldn’t say it’s biased as much as the examples that he uses are poorly presented. Furthermore, his mention of all his mates’ Nikon screens being ‘horrible’ is such a blanket statement, I pretty much stopped taking him seriously right there.

    2. Before digital I used a multitude of Cameras and some of the best photo’s came from a Pentax camera and a hand held light meter. When I switched to digital I had several as well, I gave my Cannon to a niece who loved photography and she is a professional photographer to day and loves Cannon but then the first and last picture she ever took with was a Cannon. I am not a professional although I have take some amazing pictures with my Nikon “Even a blind squirrel gets a nut once and a while” The main difference that I have found with digital is Nikon takes a cooler picture and Cannon takes a wormier picture. When editing a digital picture for me it is easier to worm up a picture than cool it down so Nikon is best if you edit your digital photos. It you take a perfect photo every time then who know? I have never taken any perfect photos except with that old Pentax film camera.

  2. I agree with Lauren thought your comments simply provided info about both nikon/canon systems. I’ve used both canon & nikon over the eons and think they’re both fine.
    Reminds me back in the day my uncle favored chevrolet & dad liked ford. To me they both got you where you were going.

  3. For me it was my first one, I didn’t have any friends that Took pictures I baught on affordability and usability. But since I have It I’ll probly stick with it… Nikon.. btw

  4. As a US Nikon user, I have been dismayed that they are no longer allowing ANY discounts over their recommended price because “they don’t want their customers to have to work so hard to find the best price.” So instead they want you to have the worst price. This may lead me to sell my gear and switch. I don’t want to invest more money in a system that is going to cost far more than Canon in the future.
    http://nikonrumors.com/2011/10/14/the-new-nikon-us-pricing-policy-explained.aspx/

    1. Haha, wow, that’s the first I’ve heard of that. It’s almost amusing the way you put it, I can see the advantages, but it does sort of screw the consumer a little bit. I wouldn’t worry too much about gear costing you more in the future, so long as they have the like of Canon around to keep them company, they’re going to have to keep it at least somewhat competitive.

  5. Great article. I recently sold ALL my Canon equipment (5DMK1, 50D, L lenses) to switch to Sony. Sony may be jumping into competition. The reason I switched is: in body stabilization, off camera flash ability, and Zeiss AF lenses (85mm f1.8 Zeiss w/ AF!).
    You may want to write an article about DSLRs that are not so popular, but very worthy.

  6. I am so tired of reading all these “articles” about Canon vs Nikon, only to conclude that both are “great”. It is obvious that both Canon and Nikon are comparable and fantastic brands. However, it would be extremely helpful if you someone were take the time to outline the advantages and disadvantages of the two, instead of giving a general opinion about the “feel” of the camera.
    There are differences between the two brands, and there are situations where one camera/lens is better suited than the other. For example, one is better for studio shoots, while the other is better for action shots.
    All great brands compete! Competition is great for businesses and forces them to innovate.
    Do us a favor and take the time to actually outline these differences!

    1. I’m sorry if my opinion is not up to your standard, what would you say for each brand? Maybe there’s a reason there are some many of these ‘articles’?

      1. You might want to give some comparison on the lens optics for these two brands. Nikon has longer history of making lens. They provided lens for Canon in early days. While Canon has more patents than Nikon has. Canon used a lot of its patens in their body design. In my opinion, Canon might be better in body technologies. However, in terms of lens optics, Nikon is a little better. BTW, I am a Nikon user

  7. OK Leica and Hasenblad we are talking over $8 to 12K just for a body. Ricoh is prety good on the Pro series that compare with the 7DMK-II or the D810, about We are talking about 3K body. Then is the D4 and 1DX compatables for about 4-7K, Fuji and Olimpus also enter in this run. Then you go quth the comsumer series with the Rebel xSI and the D5100 for about 450-699. Finaly Nikon has the semi-pro series starting with the D90 and D7100 to the D610/750 for 850-2K. There is not a matter of which is better. Lots of super-pros use Canon, lots of them also use Nikon and some use Pentax, Olympus and Ricoh. Well them all are sponsored by the maker of the camera they use. The equipment is not the must important part, is how well you know it and how well you know the principles of photography. It is about what is more comfortable and affordable for you. I am looking to get me a new D750 if I get my photography work to pay for it. I do love Olympus but as with Sony and Leica you then are cut-up on the propitiatory issues.
    Kristian Bogner, world-class pro photographer is a Nikon Ambassador, So are Cliff Mautner, Dixie Dixon, Ron Magill among others. Tamara Lackey is a world-class pro canon user that switched to Nikon in 2012, read what she has to say, http://tamaralackeyblog.com/switch-from-canon-to-nikon/. The you have others like Scott Kelby who made the switch the other way around. Other well known Canon users are Darren Rowse, and Adam Duckworth, and for what I have reed, their reason for using Canon is the AF function being slightly faster than in nikon. In that case is indifferent to me since I prefer to use manual focusing. I choose Nikon for the ergonomics, I get a better feeling for the equipment and I have shoot with Canon, Leica, Olimpus and Sony as well. However my sons do not share my choise. One uses Canon and the other is a Leica die-hard user. But when we go shooting together they both take aout their mount adapter and use my Nikor lenses, go figure.

    1. I like the last few sentences of your article, the adaptor, yes well written, and no I don’t believe it biases the author at all. The people responding are biased, that is very clear.

    1. Wow. Grammar police. I didn’t know that a photographer, who has a desire to help those who are entering the industry, had to have perfect spelling skills in order to be trustworthy. I guess it make s sense though, because spelling is so critical to taking great photographs. Thank you for enlightening us all to this crucial fact of photography.

  8. Originally, I bought into the Nikon system because they were the first to come out with an affordable and solid fast “50” for APS-C (35mm f1.8 DX G) DSLRs. That’s what I was waiting for — not a fan of zooms as your everyday lens. Now that I’m into full-frame, I’m glad because I believe they have edge in sensor tech over Canon — at least according to DXO Mark rankings. And frankly, I also thought Nikon had somewhat better glass overall. Canon purportedly has better video (but I don’t care about that…) Both are great camera makers. Had Canon back a number of years ago come out with a fast nifty 50 prime (35mm) for a crop sensor like Nikon did, I’d likely be in the Canon camp truth be told.

    1. In my case I bought FM2 almost 30 years ago and end up in Nikon camp until now……had I chosen Canon then..I probably in Canon camp…LOL..

    1. I love the color saturation of Nikon. Even Nikon background exposure is very different from Canon. Nikon gives very alive picture. It can make the subject and bacground excellent exposure in which I can’t see in my Canon camera.
      BLUE IS BLUE, RED IS RED, YELLOW IS YELLOW.
      Canon for me is good for portrait picture very sharp and natural skin color tone.

  9. Hi Josh,

    thank you for the comparison! It is really helpful!

    I wanted to seek your help, I am looking for an entry level camera for food photography. I need something that supports automatic focus, that is quick to shoot. I understand I need a full body camera with around 100mm lens. So I am thinking of getting the following: CANON EOS 6D Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body and CANON EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM Lens. What do you think?

  10. Great article, I started photography with a Nikon D90 had pretty sharp shots but i later decided to shift to Canon due to the color science of its images.

  11. “The main difference between the two is the autofocus. With Canon, all the EOS lenses will autofocus whereas, with Nikon, only the AF-S lenses do.
    If you want your Nikon lens to autofocus, you need to choose an AF-S lens. This narrows your options. (By the way, you want your lens to autofocus.)”

    From https://www.dpreview.com/articles/6287665194/understanding-old-nikon-lenses-ai-ai-s-af-and-af-s
    “In 1986, Nikon introduced autofocus (AF) lenses. This works though a little screwdriver that sticks out of the camera, which connects to a screw in the lens that is connected to the focus ring. With this, a motor in the camera can adjust the focus.”
    So from 2010+, only the entry level D3xxx + D5xxx series cameras must use the newer AF-S built-in lens motor. D7xxx midrange through professional still have the screw drive for older AF lenses. ((https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Nikon_DSLR_cameras

  12. I invested in both systems .

    Canon camera pros for me:
    Easy to navigate through menu. I did not shoot for 10 months.The moment I picked it up, it was like I shot with it yesterday.With my Nikon which I use daily, I sometimes have to read the manual again or refer to youtube to get some information on some functions, like having the life histogram display on the LCD while shooting, setting a preset color balance etc.
    2. Prefer Canon L lenses to Nikon’s G lenses. Get slightly sharper images with Canon L lenses than with Nikon G lenses (both calibrated).

    Nikon camera pros for me:
    1.More durable. I have sent Canon camera (6D motherboard replaced) and lens (20-70 2.8 ii use joint fracture) for repairs while, none of my Nikon gear has had any issues though I use the Nikon daily while the Canon is on the shelf for months.I trust my Nikon gear more than the Canon gear.
    2. More dynamic range in my pictures. I mostly shoot RAW and to the right.The Nikon gives me a closer color representation of what I see.

    Summary:I use my Nikon gear more often because I find it more durable and gives me better dynamic range photos.

  13. Buying Canon or Nikon is like buying a Lexus vs Mercedes SUV. If you are satisfied with your Lexus, which I am, why change to something that operates basically identical to what you have. I looked at Mercedes and tried it as well and found nothing special with it. So I got a new Lexus RX350. I am a ham-radio operator and have 98% ICOM gear. I bought my first Kenwood some years ago and it felt weird, even the radio worked great. I am still an ICOM guy. I am a Canon shooter and while I have been reading a lot about Nikon, and they look great, I am 100% sure I will stick with what I know when I am upgrading to my first full-frame. They are all so good that if you know how to shoot, you are going to get great images on either brand. The article was very fair I think.

  14. Not sure, but going through photos of National Geography, can pick out low light photos, more times than not, and for the most part, they are Nikon. But I have a Canon. Sonys have good low light photos also, some times Canon does.

  15. I shoot Wildlife strictly with a Nikon. Not even amazing Nikons sometimes. I had a Canon 80D and it was okay *mid range camera* but the lenses always felt cheap to me. Idk if it has to do with the materials the barrel are made of but they felt…flimsy. So I bought my first Nikon, a D5300 *awesome beginner – intermediate* camera by the way.. It seemed more solid than my 80D, and the lenses, even the Cheaper AF-S Kit lenses seemed sturdier. I now own a LOT of cameras. Still have my 80D. Have a 5D as well. However I mainly shoot with Nikon, all the way from my 12MP D2x , all the way up to my D5 and D850. However…….to be brutally honest, I use my D200 and D5300 more than my pro level cameras :-p They take just as good photos as my D5, and if i drop it I’m only out a few hundred bucks if the lens stays intact 😀 I will say…….The low light thing is kinda horse crap. Good low light photos actually doesnt have anything to do with brand. It has to do with pixel size. a 10.5MP and 12MP will take better photos than a freaking D5….because larger pixels let in more light. If you want awesome astrophotogrpahy shots, buy a older camera. 😀 *the Sole purpose of my D2x*.

    I feel the author of this was pretty fair.

  16. Nikon is better than canon bcz the quality of an image is decided by the dynamic range ,color depth ,low light iso perfomence of camera .these things are higher in nikon cameras. Even nikons entry level cameras have high value in these things when it compared to canons high end cameras
    Canon EOS 6D ( FULL FRAME) Nikon D3300( APS-C SENSOR)
    Score Weight Score Weight
    DXO Mark Scores DXO Mark Scores
    Low light performance
    Help
    2,340 ISO 70.0 × 100.0 = 70.0 1,385 ISO 40.0 × 100.0 = 40.0
    Color depth
    Help
    23.8 bits 95.0 × 25.0 = 23.7 24.3 bits 95.0 × 25.0 = 23.7
    Dynamic range
    Help
    12.1 EV 75.0 × 25.0 = 18.8 13.2 EV 90.0 × 25.0 = 22.5

  17. So, I want to begin using a DSLR. My family is growing and I want to capture those perfect moments, be it inside or outside. I went to Best Buy to get a feel for the two brands. To me they are similar. Overall, what are two beginner cameras that you can recommend.

  18. i think this is a good article exept its more on canons good side. what i think is that they are both good especially in this new digital age. i am a nikon shooter and have been using it for a long time. for the begginers out there, this article has some point. i may be a nikon shooter but i am thinking about buying a canon camera and lens. not because i find nikon is not good but the reason is that canon has better AF system for wildlife or birds in flight photography, the 4 L lenses are cheaper than the nikon which cost reduclesly expensive. i may loose some quality in the image with the canon but it will give me a better chance on the focus tracking better than nikon. for me nikon is more on still image or stationary images rather than moving subjects or sport. even with a nikon d810 i couldn’t get a 6/10 spot on focus. but the nikon lenses are great it terms of sharpness and contrast. i am refering to the gold ring lens. the other AF-S are also good but not much. my point is Nikon vs Canon will be up to the begginers in what photography field you are in. nikon or canon doesnt matter. just pick which feels right in your hands and the usability.
    p.s. sorry nikonians. i am a nikonian but there are somethings that nikon cannot help me with my wildlife photography. the canon lenses are more affordable than nikon and has better AF tracking even in there mid entry levels than nikon. if i break it i can buy a new one. especially in my work now i am working in a harsh slippry rocky terrain and really bad weather. but in the field of still image im leaning on the nikon. win win for both companies.

  19. I agree a person can take a good photo with the basics. But while I’ve had really great photos I want a zens that will make my photos pop! I write reviews, cover breaking news, you’ll even see me standing out in a blizzard taking photos. I want to switch to a canon or nikon. I’m leaning canon. Note I take on the spot photos day, night, action, landscape, press release, events and here’s the kicker my eyesight is not great so I need a camera that will focus and an easy menu. I hate when I struggle to find the right settling with my eye sight. So a simple menu something I can memorize would be great. Price $800 to $5,000. What suggestions do you have for me? And one other thing my camera goes where I go. If I’m eating out I’m writing a review and taking photos of the food. But I also do a lot of walking therapy so I love taking photos of birds, butterflies, and fast moving turtles! Feel free to suggest a good zens as well.

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