Canon or Nikon? This is the question photographers have been asking ever since the two brands became the two main contenders in the digital era of photography.
After years of competition in the DSLR segment, Canon and Nikon renew their rivalry by inaugurating two separate mirrorless systems with a 35mm format sensor. It’s not their first venture into a series without the flipping mirror. Nikon first joined the market with the now-discontinued 1 series, which used a smaller 1-inch sensor, whereas Canon has continued to develop the EOS M APS-C series, albeit at a slow pace.
Nikon’s Z and Canon’s EOS RF systems both have new mounts and a lens line-up that includes fast aperture lenses. In this article, we’ll be taking a look at the two models that fall into a similar price bracket: the Canon EOS R and the Nikon Z6.
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