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The Cameras That Shot the Winning Photos of World Press Photo 2018

6 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

World Press Photo announced the 2018 winners of its prestigious photojournalism contest last week, and most of the winning photos were accompanied by details of the cameras they were shot with. This year, Nikon took the lead from Canon.
The Spanish photo website Photolari gathered the data and broke it down for us. While in past years Canon has more or less dominated Nikon when it comes to representation among winning photos, this year the tables have turned.
51.5% of the winning photos were made with a Nikon camera versus 29.9% shot with a Canon. Last year , 55.5% were shot with Canon and...
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