Nikon has been in the photography industry for a long time, but what have they actually done? I mean, sure, they've made plenty of great and extremely popular cameras, but anyone can do that. When have you ever seen Nikon try to be cool and attract a younger crowd? I guess there was the Nikon Df. However, what has Nikon done since then?
A recent video from prolific turtleneck wearer Sam Newton expresses precisely how everyone really feels about Nikon. It's one thing for a company to think it's ok to produce cameras; however, to actually see them being used by people is taking it a step too far. You've all probably seen those articles of what not to do around photographers and questions you shouldn't ask. Well, the worst thing you could ever do around a real photographer is admit to using a Nikon camera.
Now some of you may be thinking: what's so bad about Nikon? This may seem like a reasonable question; unfortunately, you're just part of the problem. Only YouTubers and people that live in Australia would ever think about shooting with a Nikon camera, and even they know better.
It's for this reason I and every proper photographer applaud Newton for his bravery and gumption. Only he has had the guts and raw talent to properly paint a picturesque portrait of what Nikon truly is, an overrated potato camera. I urge you good people of the internet, show your support by watching the video linked above on repeat. And if you're having unclean thoughts about shooting with a Nikon, here is a link that may help.