A lot of fuss is always made about what type of camera photographers prefer shooting on. While some regard the question as an affront (you wouldn't ask a painter what brushes they use!) , others like to be at the forefront of camera technology for whatever reason.
While Nikon and Canon are indisputable leaders in the sheer number of DSLRs sold, many photographer prefer other makers. Of course the skill of the photographer is far more important than the make of the camera, but it's still hard not to get excited when your preferred camera company comes out with a new piece of kit that you want.
We thought it might be an interesting question for our first weekly poll here at Light Stalking as to what makes of camera our readers prefer. Also, do you regard it as important? Why or why not?
Let us know in the comments!
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