While there are numerous digital SLR manufacturers, in dentistry (as in the rest of the digital camera market) there are really only 2 players: Canon & Nikon. The simple reason? There are more dentists shooting with these 2 brands than any other, because they have a long history of excellent products, from camera bodies to lenses and flashes. Each has been working to one-up the other steadily over the last few years, with the result being ever-more-affordable pro-sumer DSLR cameras, with greater ease-of-use, and far more features than we really could have imagined only a few years ago. And now Canon has announced the next in its series of EOS DSLR cameras, both of which would be excellent for dentists.
I had been planning on purchasing a Canon T2i in a month or so, but I’ve decided to hold off on replacing my Canon XTi’s at the office for just a little bit longer. 😀 This way, I’ll get to have one just in time for the Townie Meeting. Anyone interested in buying a couple Canon XTi cameras for an extremely reasonable price around early March — contact me then.