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| p.1 #1 · Future camera-buying strategy? |
I'm planning on getting out of photography as a hobby for roughly the next 2-3 years (for personal reasons) and wanted to get some opinions on planning for the future, when I pick it back up again.
I currently own a Nikon D7K body, 3 compatible lenses that cover the range from 11mm to 300mm, and pretty much the whole set of D7K accessories - spare battery, L-bracket, right-angle viewfinder, remote controls, etc.
I haven't been doing photography as a hobby very long, just about 4 years so far, so I'm not well-experienced as far as camera trends. Will there be a big difference in camera bodies in the next 2-3 years? I'm pretty much just wondering if it makes sense to hold onto my current Nikon DX gear for the next 3 years (without using any of it much, as I won't have time), or sell it all now and wait to invest into FX gear in 3 years, or even possibly switch over to Canon. Not that I really have complaints with Nikon bodies, but I'm sort of curious about Canon bodies, as I've noticed that they're relatively prevalent among landscape photographers in general.
Any input on what I might want to do would be appreciated.