The next generation of this will be the PowerShot N-SA that directly uploads your photos to the U.S. Government without Facebook playing the pesky middleman.
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Either system will deliver great images. Personally, I'd pick the D800 if my main use was landscapes/architecture. For portrait/street, I'd pick Canon for the AF and better high ISO for low light.
I can hear mine. I think of it like using Head and Shoulders shampoo and feeling the tingling. I know it's working.
i would not use silent mode for this. it just slows down the shot. i only use silent when i'm close to animals or at a quiet event.
my god. just go out and shoot pictures. Jesus. Peeping pixels is like saying my one dollar bill has a better ratio of red and blue threads than yours. Christ, use the lens what it's meant for, making memories, not seeing who has a better pixel than you.
The fact that Canon hasn’t updated both cameras at the same time tells me there are indeed differences in the AF systems.