i think the grip on the D7 is better than the D9... *just imho... just felt D9 was abit too smooth...vivientan said:Been using my Dynax 7 for the past 2 years, and I can swear by it's great performance! Everything u want for in a camera is there. In fact, there are so many functions I don't even get to use all of them.
Funcions for D7 and D9 almost on par. I've never used a D9 so I can't really comment on its functionalities. What I see as the main difference is the metal body for D9 - more pro, but heavier as well. Can die lah....if I were to tug it along for a full-day shoot.
Del_CtrlnoAlt said:i think the grip on the D7 is better than the D9... *just imho... just felt D9 was abit too smooth...
D7 also got a bigger LCD screen rite... then have sensor grip?*D9 got anot?
how much is a D9 titanium 1 cost? hehe... if who knows 1 day get into fight, it might just save my life... :bsmilie:Agetan said:Yup.. D9 has it too..
actually, D9 is easier to grip as as it has bigger grip as compare to D7. I always put the VC-7 on my D7. but with D9, i don't need one.
Function wise, they are very similar. If I had to choose one, I will definately go for 9. but if budget is constrain D7 is great.
9D is so solid, i think can kill a crab if u knock one with it...yeocolin said:Dynax 7 has travelled with me quite a bit in a variety of weather conditions except freezing and sandy conditions. So despite the absence of weather seals, it seems to be doing well. Of course, its lighter and smaller than D9.
I haven't used D9 before, so can't do direct comparison, but I love my D7.
Yes, the Dynax 9 was my dream camera. Unfortunately, I can only afford a Dynax 7 a few years ago, which in itself was a dream to use.GENO said:9D is so solid, i think can kill a crab if u knock one with it...
That's really amazing. I will miss the Minolta brand. Great innovators. With Sony I doubt if they'll produce film cameras.Agetan said:I was in KM service center yesterday...
I ask them how many dynax 9 do they fix in the last 10 years, and the answer shock me...
they fix 6 shutters (after long used) and few minor adjustment...
Interesting isn't it? so far, mine hasn't break down for last 5 or 6 years.. but touch wood lar..
no need to doubt liao... i am afraid that with sony, we dun even know where to fix our film camera... :angry:Ben1223 said:That's really amazing. I will miss the Minolta brand. Great innovators. With Sony I doubt if they'll produce film cameras.
Del_CtrlnoAlt said:no need to doubt liao... i am afraid that with sony, we dun even know where to fix our film camera... :angry: