yeah but by all accounts the 24-120 isnt a very good lens especially vs the 24-105
perhaps doing it using the 24-70's and 70-200's
The Tamron 24-70 VC costs the same for both, doesn't it?
|AF-S Nikkor 24-70/2.8||$1886|
|Canon 24-70/2.8 Mk II||$2299|
I picked the Canon Mk II here because the Nikkor is a more recent lens (2007) and the Canon Mk I is ~10 years old and soon to be unavailable.
I agree, equivalent lenses are a tough call. You also have to add the cost of NX2 if in the USA, DPP is included. There is also the cost of tethering software for Nikon thats included with Canon. If you want a eyepiece to help block out light from the sides, thats not included. You do get a rear LCD cover though. I have never removed mine, I'm not certain if you are supposed to or not.
Lightroom costs the same for both
DPP is really primitive in comparison.
Canon doesn't need that removable rear LCD cover - the LCD cover is built into the body on their DSLRs and is not that hard to replace. On Nikon cameras, without the LCD cover, the LCD is exposed.