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disasterpiece

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  • I agree with what ozturert said. Moreover, let me answer point by point:

    1. D7200's sensor may be better than 7D II's, but it's by far not only the sensor that matters.

    2. Exactly because it's...

  • Nikon suggests more and more that there will be D400/D9300 (or whatever they name it) and still doesn't say anything about it.

  • "dof kind of pictures". You must be very serious.

  • They should introduce a new term for that, e.g. MSSHRP (manufacturer suggested second hand resale price).

  • Nikon 105 f/2.8 VR sells new for around 650 EUR if you catch their periodical promotions. So this Samyang might be worth it somewhere else, but not in Europe (at least with this price). Yes, some...

  • I've only tried the CLS once with a colleague's flash, but my intuition tells me that it's only going to be good for stationery work (with a preliminary flash as a commander at least) - that's why...

  • I've only tried the CLS once with a colleague's flash, but my intuition tells me that it's only going to be good for stationery work (with a preliminary flash as a commander at least) - that's why...

  • Depends on how low the light goes, how tight you need to crop and things like this. Many old DSLRs are fine by themselves and only begin to look bad when you put them next to a newer model.

  • Yeah, although if you're talking about the somehow expected D300S replacement, there have been sayings that Nikon has probably decided to keep the three-digit model numbers for the FX line and a...

  • I'd also say it really depends on how it's designed. To me, the analogy of expanding the camera's buffer would be with expanding your PC's CPU last level cache.

  • I'd also say it really depends on how it's designed. To me, the analogy of expanding the camera's buffer would be with expanding your PC's CPU last level cache.

    P.S. Intel once offered a CPU...

  • It's only a supposition that it's the same sensor; it's only said that it's Sony-made.

  • It's what missing from the D7200 that may make you buy a D7300 after a year or two.

  • Sure there are people willing to spend their money on something they can't use to full potential, but Nikon could make the D7200 (and the D7100 for that matter) like the D7000 - if you don't use...

  • Actually I don't think there should be other modes to separate them - P-A-S-M, U1, U2, U3 and nothing else would suit this camera much better if you ask me.

  • I have a D7000 and often switch between M and U1/U2. Putting an auto mode between them is a stupid move to me.

  • I'm still waiting for D9***. I'd only want to sell my D7000 in the next year or so to keep its price from falling too much. Not that the D7200 won't be an upgrade to it, but if it could shoot, say,...

  • Because they want to be selling the 24 f/1.4 as well...

  • Now if they catch up with their full frame lenses lineup...

  • Commented on Hands-on with Nikon's new D5500 article

    Higher-end cameras usually have one click zoom to 100% at the focus point.

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