Canon EOS 70D vs Nikon D7100.
It's always interesting to compare cameras made by Canon to Nikon. Since the days of analog cameras both have fought in endless competition, even in this digital age they are still neck and neck in the presence of a variety of digital cameras of renowned brands such as Sony, Panasonic and Olympus. Now we see how the Canon EOS 70D difference with the Nikon D7100, and please you decides which one you will choose as friends for the holidays or other events.
|Nikon D7100 versus Canon EOS 70D. Image: youtube.com|
The 70D replaces the EOS 60D by adding wireless connectivity options, a higher megapixel count, and touch controls. Compared with the US$1,199 Nikon D7100 with its 24.1-MPix CMOS sensor the EOS 70D has -1.0 stop less Color Depth, -2.0 stops less in Dynamic Range and around -0.2 (1/5) stop less in Low-light ISO scores. Canon 20.2-Megapixel, Dual Pixel CMOS imaging sensor provides larger pixels and greatly increases the AF performance in several ways. Even with the differences, both cameras produced excellent images in all lighting conditions.
Nikon D7100 has a 24.1-megapixel CMOS sensor, 6 fps continuous shooting, and can take full HD video. It can also connect to iOS or Android devices with an optional wireless adaptor, allowing for easy sharing from anywhere. Essentially, both cameras feature Wi-Fi capabilities that allow you to easily share your images with the world.
Both the Canon DIGIC 5+ and Nikon Expeed 3 image processors are capable of providing the power to handle the Intelligent Auto and multi-shot shooting modes and the continuous AF systems in both still and video shooting. Both cameras feature full 1080p HD video capture with on board stereo sound. Nikon allows for up to 60 fps at the full 1080p while Canon tops out at 30fps.
Both Canon and Nikon’s mounting systems, the EF Mount and F Mount, are very well known and neither has any distinct advantages over the other. However, if you want a cheaper lens you can look for third-party lenses like Tokina, Tamron or Sigma.
They have a lot of lenses that produce very interesting to be a substitute for use on Canon and Nikon cameras, and even certain types made more unique than lenses made by Nikon or Canon. You can compare the prices and features of the third party lenses, with original lens made by Canon or Nikon.
Nikon D7100 appears to have the edge with a 51 point focus system, with 15 cross-type. But the Canon isn't far behind as all of its 19 focus points are cross-type. Nikon uses a 2016-pixel RGB sensor to control its contrast-detection AF. Canon features 19 cross-type sensors while the Nikon features 15 (out of 51 total AF points). However, Canon's new Dual-Pixel CMOS sensor allows for phase-detection AF on 80% of the 20.2-Megapixel imaging sensor. This greatly increases the speed and accuracy of shooting in Live View.
Both cameras are capable of more than respectable continuous burst rates. While the Canon 70D has the wider ISO range, covering 100-12,800 to the Nikon's 100-6,400.
If we look in more detail, both the Nikon D7100 and the Canon EOS 70D is a Mid-level DSLR cameras are starting to take on features from all other cameras; Including features from point-n-shoots, ILCS and all levels of DSLRs, making them more powerful Easier to use and at the same time.
The Nikon D7100 is frequently bundled with an 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens, while the 70D can come with an 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS. Nikon and Canon seem to be taking these models in different directions compared to their predecessors (the Nikon D7000 and Canon 60D). While both the Canon EOS 70D and the Nikon D7100 is fantastic cameras that would be great for anyone looking to purchase their first DSLR.
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