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  1. #61

    Join Date
    Aug 2010
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    Atlanta, GA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrey View Post
    I don't know why, but I prefer F3 to F1. F3 is a culmination of Nikon's decades of excellence. F1 is a learning experience for Canon.
    If you look at the releases of both Canon and Nikon, Canon matched Nikon's releases body for body including the interchangeable viewfinder pro body types.
    • 1959 Canonflex <-> Nikon F
    • 1971 Canon F-1 <-> Nikon F2
    • 1980-81 Canon New F-1 <-> Nikon F3

    This is a convenient link that shows the timeline for both, as well as Minolta and Pentax -> http://minolta.eazypix.de/slrtable/

  2. #62

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    May 2013
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    After checking and reading I found out that a 35mm body and at least one or two prime would cost me as much as a Mamiya 645.
    However the quality and the size in bigger, the price is almost the same.
    Do you think worth to jump right to Medium format or work a little bit more on 35mm?

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