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Canon 20D/Nikon D70???

I am in the market for a digital SLR camera.I have done a lot of research on them, and narrowed it down to 2 cameras. Nikon D70 and Canon 20D.They both seem to have their quirks, and I am at a loss as to which one to choose.(I do have a nikon SLR camera inwhich my old lenses will work with the nikon,thus reducing the cost quite a bit.)But that aside , If some one can convince me that the canon is a (much)better camera I am leaning towards the Nikon. Money aside. Which camera would you rather have????????
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Canon 20D/Nikon D70

I would wait until the end of February to make a decision.

The big camera show in Florida starts in a few days.
There are rumors that Nikon is planning to introduce a new DSLR camera.

There are also rumors that Canon is planning to introduce the 350D (a different version of the Digital Rebel 300D).

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The D70 is known as the Rebel killer since it can outperform

the Canon Rebel. I don't, however, think that it is up the the job of competing with the 20D. The 20D is more powerful in a number of respects. That is why folks expect Nikon to announce a new camera soon. However, if you already have Nikon lenses, you should probably stick with Nikon.

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