Vastly unfair I hear you all yelling, "this guy shoots Nikon so he's going to bias them, this review is a crock of $#!@.". You would think this to be true but really I am not paid by either of these international companies. I just want, you the people, to be informed about my findings from my point of view.
A very quick run down of these two companies for those who aren't familiar:
Nikon ( Nick-On or Nye-Kon), Generally make black cameras and label them with a white "Nikon" logo.
Canon ( Ka-Non), Mix black with some dirty "off white" components with a strip of Red for the bulk of its products.
Now that you are all up to speed lets get on with the testing.
|Lego Battle Tested Storm Trooper is not involved, he cares not, he's just a size reference.|
On first viewing I thought for sure that Canon would be the clear favourite. Dell's room for maneuvering is quite small however....This one was close but, it's a tie. Score is 1-1.
Both fit but it was very tight for Nikon.
Moving on to another common household electrical appliance, Panasonic Blu-Ray Player.
Being one of the easier ways for people to show off images these days is through the fancy HDTV's that pretty much everybody has. Jam in the USB and slideshows commence via the Blu-Ray. No more need to get your images printed.... or so you might think!
Panasonic is looking like a pretty tight space. Nikon is looking dizzy, Canon remains confidence with its sleeker design.
On next to someone who remains in-partial in the Camera war, LG HDTV. Wants to be everyone's friend, this should be interesting. Quite an awkward place to place a USB but nothing in life is easy.
Its looking pretty darn confined in the back there. ooooh dust!
Wow, A clear winner. Canon defeats Nikon. Canon 2- Nikon 1.
Don't give up printing your pics just yet people. USB's aren't doing that well.
That concludes the " common household appliances" portion of the Novelty USB Face Off, Canon Vs Nikon. Stay tuned for the "store and go" face off.