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KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006Sat 02-Feb-13 02:35 AM
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I voted D4 for its speed, un-fillable buffer, AF quickness, and low light ability but it has me wishing for an 800mm to go with it. That's why I'm also waiting for a D400.

I also have been shooting my D800E and last weekend on BIF it came home with the better images, the detail is incredible assuming one can fill the frame greater than a DX camera. It's a real knock-down drag out battle between the D4/D800 cameras and my perceived leader keeps changing hands. Am trying out the new D4 firmware tomorrow.

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A topic tagged as a poll/surveyWhat is your primary body for wildlife photography? [View all] , Jim Pearce Silver Member, Fri 18-Jan-13 01:26 AM
 
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massulo Gold Member
18th Jan 2013
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mkbee1 Silver Member
18th Jan 2013
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Reply message Hmm...sounds like the superb 400mm f3.5 to me...
Jim Pearce Silver Member
18th Jan 2013
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NatureDon Silver Member
18th Jan 2013
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Gene Duprey
16th Feb 2013
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danshep Silver Member
18th Jan 2013
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slopoki1 Silver Member
19th Jan 2013
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treadwl Silver Member
20th Jan 2013
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     Reply message Rick, Larry...
Jim Pearce Silver Member
22nd Jan 2013
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          Reply message Nikon body for birds/wildlife
Sula440
22nd Jan 2013
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cchoc Moderator
23rd Jan 2013
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nutcracker Gold Member
23rd Jan 2013
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     Reply message Yeah, only 6 choices...
Jim Pearce Silver Member
23rd Jan 2013
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KnightPhoto Gold Member
02nd Feb 2013
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          Reply message Choosing between speed and reach sucks!
Jim Pearce Silver Member
02nd Feb 2013
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          Reply message E: What is your primary body for wildlife photography?
NatureDon Silver Member
02nd Feb 2013
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Brian_S
20th Feb 2013
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ericbowles Moderator
20th Feb 2013
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Jim Pearce Silver Member
20th Feb 2013
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