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Currently we see a trend where so many people who were used to shooting with either Nikons or Canons would like to change their camera brand. However, if you are a professional photographer and have a lot of gear, it would be difficult to change all your lenses at once. This is why so many Nikon and Canon users are wondering whether they can use their lenses on a camera made by the other brand.
The short answer to this question is yes, you can use an adapter and shoot with Nikon lenses on a Canon DSLRs but not the other way around. Why is that?
In the world of mobile photography, iPhone cameras tend to lead the way in terms of image quality, sharpness, and colors for almost a decade since iPhone 1 was released in 2007. And though we make photos using our mobile phones almost daily—and most often we shoot using an iPhone—we don't really have the slightest notion about the focal length (or its 35mm equivalent) of the iPhone's lens and the size of the phone camera's sensor. Let's find it out.
Nowadays DSLR vendors are playing an interesting marketing game which is fuelled by competition. It's about launching a camera—either point-and-shoot or DSLR—that will outdo all others in the number of megapixels. Half a century ago the game was almost the same, but the aim was different. The world's most renowned brands were competing in creating the fastest lens. What did they achieve?
Back in 2015 we started publishing Interesting Facts about Photography in hour blog. For over a year this section has gathered dozens of cool photography facts that can make you laugh, raise the eyebrows in surprise, or even become a little sad or melancholic for a moment. Check out the 15 most interesting and exciting photography facts from our blog in this post.