And so the battle of the pancake lenses commences! In one corner, we’ve got the 16mm F2.8 on the Sony NEX 5camera. In the other, the Panasonic 20mm F1.7 on the GF-1Micro Four Thirds camera. Each camera was shot in aperture priority at ISO 200 and tested on a Home Depot flier. Further, each camera was also focused on the Husky Logo in the center. Let’s see how they did.
Photographers everywhere that want to upgrade their equipment have been extremely confused about whether to upgrade to the Canon 60D, T2i, or the 7DDSLRs. Since I’ve reviewed the 7D and T2i and had hands-on time with the 60D, here are some pointers.
(Update 4/2/2011) We have added in the full Canon T3i review as well as sections of our Canon 60D review.
Both the Nikon D300s and the Canon 7D have been reviewed in different situations and at different times. However, when a review is complete, there are still issues that arise with the cameras way afterward. After using both for a prolonged period of time, this is the posting that will weigh the pros and cons of each camera against one another after they have been used in conditions and situations that most users of these cameras will find themselves in. Further, problems that did not arise before will now be noted.