March 18, 2011

After all of stuff, DECIDE!!!

I remember 2 years ago when I was searching for decent SLR Camera as my new hobby and for your information, there are two big players in this industry, which are NIKON and CANON. Thus, during the decision making time I tried to search as many as I could so I won’t regret at the end.

As you might aware, the cost to purchase this gadget is quite high (almost 1,500 pound) so comprehensive consideration needs to be done. I started to look information from magazine, website, forum and online shopping. Yet, I still can’t decide which brand I should choose! Perhaps to give you illustration about SLR Camera world, I quote a friend of mine that said choosing this gadget like choosing religion! There is no right or wrong answer, there is no better and worst option. Both of products are equally good! So after conducted proper research I reach at the edge of my decision time, but I still confused! Thus, some enlightenment arrive, there is one forum that I will always remember and help me solve this problem, it says, “…after you consider thoroughly these two products, DECIDE!! “

This experience perhaps very related to this module during mini project since we can use all available methodologies to help us solve the problem but the most important thing is timing to decide under certain circumstance and satisfy us as decision maker. As Jeff said during the presentation, these decision making tools are not only focus to solve the problem but emphasize to satisfy decision makers so they happy with decision they made.

Btw, in regards to my decision of choosing this camera I go with NIKON and feel very satisfied with my decision! I think that the most important matter…


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  1. I agree with you Ponthy. Using tools to help us make decision is good. But I also realised that the final thing is to decide after all.

    Concerning the slr camera decision, my friend told me once that between canon and nikon, the only obvious differences are the brand name and the shutter sound. So, which name you like and the shutter sound is better, you just go for that one. And I think your choice is good :)

    19 Mar 2011, 11:11

  2. yapp bo… no matter how complex our decision making tools, at the end of it you should take a call….
    hahaha… so i could assume you have NIKON too right? if so, we are in the same religion innit?

    19 Mar 2011, 11:36

  3. Haha yes I have nikon, but it’s my dad’s decision as nikon is his religious :)

    19 Mar 2011, 11:56


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