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Eddie Wrei, don't hesitate to give me a call if you have any questions on the D810. Very intuitive, except for that reverse lens attaching/detaching thingy (which it seems I will never learn). One thing to remember, and someone in the back of a lab with dual pocket protectors will have to explain it, the 800/810 does not like motion. Has something to do with the gazillion pixels paked on the sensor, but any tiny vibration when you're on the tripod seems to be magnified when you pixel peep. Zim and I noticed it and analyzed it to death, you know how two perfectionists can be, especially when one is as technically savvy as Zim. You'll also discover that, by a slight margin, our Canon's are less affected by iso settings of 400 and up. Not a big deal given the exceptional dynamic range of this camera. Please, no one tell Nikon that the D810 should sell for double what they are charging
Anyway, you'll flip over the camera. I can hardly wait for your first Texas landscape to get posted. Getting the 7DII was a great move, you will probably use that for much of your faster moving subjects. Do you have a 24 PCE on your list for Santa?