Nikon and Canon are the pioneers of the build-to-order camera giants’ to-date. From the time immemorial and in the recent past these giants’ held an immense position in the market and are known for their outstanding yet hybrid design. They are a pious thing for the professional usage of camera since a long time.
The astute giants’ have recently launched the all new DSLR based compact and handy cameras. The Nikon’s D7000 and P7000 are answered by Canon’s 60D and G12 in the recent past.
Let us pen down separately.
Canon 60 D vs. Nikon D7000
Canon 60 D features:
18 mega pixel camera and holding an ISO range between 100-6400 which can be extended up to 12800. An articulated 3” LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) with resolution range of 720×480. Holding burst rate of 5.3 fps with 9-points Auto focus in hand. The design is sleek one with a plastic covering and storage mode SD or USB.
Nikon D7000 features:
16.2 mega pixel camera and holding an ISO range between 100-6400 which can be extended up to 25600. 3” LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) with resolution range of 640×480. Holding burst rate of 6 fps with a gigantic 39-points Auto focus. The design is eye-catchy one with a partial Magnesium alloy, dust and moisture sealer. Dual storage mode SD enabled camera.
If you run your eye balls through the specifications you may land up with heterogeneous decision, but on the above facts mentioned one say that the Nikon D7000 is overtaking Canon 60 D and holds a kind of hegemony over the Canon 60 D. Not only by Auto focus feature but also by its body which is a moisture resistant one, Nikon D7000 seem to win the race.
Nikon P7000 vs. Canon G12
Nikon P7000 features:
A 10.1 mega pixel camera; with an ISO range between 100-6400 which can be extended up to 12800.LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) which is 3” is dimension and resolution ranging 640×480. Lens of the Nikon P7000 is 28-200 mm in dimension and holds the Video resolution and FPS as 720p with 24 fps. It has an internal memory of 80 MB with SD mode available too. An MSRP of $500 is worth the camera.
Canon G12 features:
A 10.1 mega pixel camera; with an ISO range between 80-3200. An LCD screen which is 2.8” in dimension and LCD resolution ranges 480×320. Lens of the Canon G12 is 28-140 mm in dimension and holds the Video resolution and FPS as 720p with 24. The mode of storage on the Canon G12 is SD or MMC. The price of this gem is $500.
Nikon P7000 again overtakes the Canon G12 even though both are worth the same. Nikon P7000 is considered a pioneer again over here because of its outstanding features and demand meetings the requirements of the user.
Overall, in the above excerpts, one can find out or choose the best camera for them, but bear in mind to take your decision wisely and precisely.