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| p.3 #2 · D600 or D800 ? NEX7 user looking to make the leap. |
I looked at your threads and notice that you're doing the opposite 800e to NEX. The NEX has some good points. One may be it doesn't depend on Nikon service (well documented) .
If you have a good NEX and it's aligned then the lens choices are wide open. When (if) the FF NEX comes out (or some other FF mirrorless with high IQ and it matches the Nikon DXO scores it will probably be an easier camera to use than the Nikon. It's a couple of other things (not resolution or MTF) that make the NEX best choice for me - the things I've already mentioned here - articulating screen, live view, clarity and critical focusing possibilities in the EVF, light weight, small size, lens possibilities and things that don't seem important in the camera shop but are critical once you've used them 1000s of shots in the field - like the EVF turning on automatically when I alternately go to look in it several times a shot from the display on the back and back again. This would drive me crazy on the Nikon.
The NEX7 did this with the lowly 28-85 Zeiss Vario. Nothing to complain about.