Even so...be prepared to fork out $$$$ for the L lenses... some more than the 70-200 VRII okay?
my bad, someone mentioned that the range is between 1500mm to 3000mm.... if fitted to a P300 I think... the crop factor plays a big part.
I have a pair of Nikon bino. No red ring leh.
My gear SBLC. sibeh low class.Originally Posted by kriegsketten
kriegster, what's your hope for D400 (or whatever they call it) to have?
- more MP? (most likely)
- dual SD or 1 CF + 1 SD ?
- more fps?
- better ISO performance?
But why the sudden asking? This thread too dead already isit? LOL
All I can say is, if D400 adopts the high ISO of D700... I'm going to be a happy camper already wor...
Last edited by kriegsketten; 24th March 2011 at 05:53 PM.
Saw you posting in Nikon subforum about eagerly waiting for D400 mah
Low noise is one thing, but the ability to capture details, that's the difference
therefore I think it's hard (though not impossible) to beat the physical difference of more real estate on the sensor.
Last edited by ZerocoolAstra; 24th March 2011 at 11:48 PM.
True true, but what I'm hoping for is a big enough improvement over the ISO performance of the current body. This is only for sports. For events and indoor fast moving activities, there is no doubt that a D700 and above is better.
Lol everybody busy at work I guess tts y it's so dead.Originally Posted by kriegsketten
Nikkon D90 | AF-S NIKKOR 18-105mm 1:35-5.6G | DI866 External Flashlight | AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G