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- July 30, 2009 at 7:42 am #263547HarpritMember
Would you buy this as an upgrade if you already have a D300?
HarpritJuly 30, 2009 at 8:16 am #295850Yeo, Wee HanSpectator
If I have a D300, I would stick with it unless I needed the movie function. Most photographers may think the movie function is a good-to-have but most probably they will not use it. Even if they use it, they have not factored in the post-production workflow which is totally different to that of stills.
HanJuly 30, 2009 at 1:22 pm #295883tanhbSpectator
Haha. I don’t mind a 1 to 1 exchange without any top up from me.
8fps when using with the battery grip looks good for landing shots but I can still get the pic I want without it, just need to try harder.
Video? Hmmm…I never think about it.July 30, 2009 at 1:56 pm #295885LuennyMember
I just hope people start selling their D300 to upgrade to this so that I can upgrade my camera. ISO1600 is a cool thing to try out.July 30, 2009 at 4:17 pm #295899HarpritMember
That’s what i thought too. It might be interesting to find out if there are any improvements to the Autofocus and high ISO performance over the D300. Got to say i do like the dual card slots feature. At US$1799 the price does seem steep but i guess it was that way when the D300 first went on sale.
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