Test: Test: Comparison: Nikon vs. Canon EOS 60D D7000of rob - November 15, 2010 19:39:00 > This time we start with a pre-Comparison of the two currently most interesting video DSLR counterparts: Nikon's just-published D7000 vs Canon EOS 60D no less current. The detailed individual tests including laboratory evaluation, we provide this time to in the following days. full article
Antwort von marwie:
Regarding Focus Override: has at Nikon nothing with to do the G Nikkor lenses (which simply have no aperture ring, it was synonymous G Lenses without AF-S) but whether the Lens rods AF or AF-S has, only with AF-S lenses can interfere with manual. At Canon would have to go with FTM lenses synonymous.
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Thank you for your effort.
Will you be in the individual tests synonymous go into sound options?
MfG B. DeKid
PS: And the Canon Cam weighs only 75 g is not determined, as has probably gremlins crept one ;-)
Antwort von pilskopf:
How the test will look like pictures I got that. The Nikon http://www.vimeo.com/16750764 times which miserably trying to film a house wall with blind. Fail. And I bet that Canon would do no better piece of it. But we note "Please do not include what Sharp films straight lines, everything else is ok"
yeah, great film cameras there.
Antwort von rob:
The of us were used in the test kit lenses will now be added.
When manual override was primarily the difference in the two kit lenses of importance. Of the Nikon can be bridged, the less of Canon ...
I do `s again clearly in the text ...
@ B. DeKid:
75g - that would be but something has been missing ;-) 5 - is nachgetragen.
Sound inputs and Audio Control is on the individual tests with it ...
Antwort von rush:
Level control for the D7000, however, is not much to say.
For dowries is not;) There are 3 presets Low, Mid and High, and an automatic ... But - you can see in None of the settings fidget a level and thus has an absolute synonymous flying blind in terms of the right audio control and - even worse - if ever comes a level.