For many years, I used a hammer I bought at Ace hardware. It was great! It hammered nails beautifully, both large and small nails and performed like a pro. But I recently became unhappy with it because others were using that new Craftsman hammer, the one they sell at Sears. So I switched. Now I'm totally happy with the 'best' hardware. That new technology, as shown by that foam covered handle feels good in my hand and I know Craftsman technology will never let me down. Actually, both the K-Mart and the Craftsman hammer hammered nails; both got the nails all the way into the wood and both fit my hand. The nail hitting surface was the same size and both were made of the same metal, but Craftsman was first with the new technology, that foam covered handle.
One camera offers this, another offers that, it doesn't really matter which is chosen, pick one and shoot the damned pictures! I've used Canon since about 1976, and Pentax before that, so what. I've also used a couple of sizes of Mamiya medium format, as well as a variety of 4x5 boxes. They all hammered the damned nails! The images on my web site were made with 35mm through 6x7 and digital formatsI'm so damned tored of , can anyone tell the difference? I can't.
I'm so very tired of arguments as to which is the best hammer, they all drive nails, so everyone shut up and hammerthe nails!