What the Rest of the World Shoots With

When your office is in the heart of Times Square, as ours is, you see a lot of tourists. We’ve never been too surprised by what we see them carrying around: Canon, Nikon, Nikon, Canon, Canon, Nikon, ad nauseam. But what about the other world capitals? On a recent trip to London and Amsterdam, I didn’t notice much of a difference, aside from a slightly higher amount of Nikons. In Paris however, one of our staffers noticed a surprisingly high number of Olympus and Samsung DSLRs and Kodak twin lens

When your office is in the heart of Times Square, as ours is, you see a lot of tourists. We’ve never been too surprised by what we see them carrying around: Canon, Nikon, Nikon, Canon, Canon, Nikon, ad nauseam.

But what about the other world capitals? On a recent trip to London and Amsterdam, I didn't notice much of a difference, aside from a slightly higher amount of Nikons. In Paris however, one of our staffers noticed a surprisingly high number of Olympus and Samsung DSLRs and Kodak twin lens compacts. A difference in taste? A new market trend? What are they shooting with in other parts of the world? Let us know.
—Kathleen Davis