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    Nikon, still doing this or not? Forgot already?

    Neck LONG LONG liao!

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    no need to wait... I think it will never materialize.

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    The hole to be filled up is a 1.5 crop cam with amazing autofocus, good ISO, high framerate, high buffer. I guess the closest is D7200 now.

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    Been waiting for this for decades too but eventually gave up and bought others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonB View Post
    Nikon, still doing this or not? Forgot already?

    Neck LONG LONG liao!
    Just get D4.... it has less zero's on it... lol
    See my WTS items.. :) Any sales is by meet up face to face, payment is cash only.

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    From Thom Hogan's review of D7200:

    "As you’ll see in my Recommended Nikon DSLRs article I posted simultaneously with this, the D7200 joins the D810 as the only two current Nikon DSLRs in my “great” category (as opposed to just really good DSLRs). It’s a fine camera. No, it’s not a D400, but that doesn’t make me like it any less. A lot of us are going to be heading out to our favorite wildlife sanctuary with a D7200, and I doubt we’ll be complaining about much, if anything. The D7200 will do me just fine until a D400 comes along."

    Personally I am using 2 FX DSLRs - D800 and Df, and 1 DX DSLR - D3200 (when I want to go small and light). But if you want a one-camera solution and want DX, I would go with Thom Hogan's recommendation.

    And I also don't think a D400 will come along.


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