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| p.3 #8 · Official: Nikon Announces 24MP D7100 DSLR Camera |
I find it interesting how a d7000 worked great up until yesterday for many now they need more FPS. Less megapixels etc. I'm a fan, I like the d7000 as a back up. Bt regardless. What are you guys shooting that needs more FPS in a not pro body? Just curious. I understand if you are in a competitive corner, however if your field is that competitive per dollar I would imagine you would be looking at a better camera to begin with. This will make a great camera for many, 1/320 sync speed and 6fps is still pretty darn good. Some are talking about the focus limitations. Unless you have used the camera I'm not any of can say we know fore sure it is limited. The sensor is not the same as the d3200 or 5200, with that being said it may resolve outstanding. Also to consider than many complainers are putting subpar glass in front of this.
If you need the speed, FPS and you are putting 5k. Glass on a camera then perhaps looking at a d300s is still the best option. 12mp resolves fine for Print magazine or iPads. The technology to process 24mp at the speed is still impressive I think.
If you have money to burn then making a decision like this is easy. But if you make a living, full time in photography , the body would be an after thought. Not to say its not good enough , it's plenty good. Bt if you are shooting for the kind of publications that need these features like higher FPS, then there would be other things that are even more limiting From ergo and button placement size and balance with a proper telephoto.. These would slow you down to "miss the shot" I believe more than FPS
When I pick up a d700 and then a 7000 the difference is always the ergo and the buttons, the little big things that make shooting a little bit more of a headache..
Typos due to apple iPad and my lack of proof reading plus bad grammar.