>I think the IQ is excellent, great monochromes. I needed a >D7000 for distant wildlife and on many occasions it didn't >measure up to my needs. However, I have always conceded that >for the type of work your images portray it is an extremely >capable camera as your images demonstrate. > >Richard
Very kind, Richard, thanks. Do bear in mind that I take a heavy hand with Silver Efex Pro, looking for that contrasty look, and beating the #### out of those pixels in the process. That's why ultimate IQ doesn't mean much to me, 'cause I usually tear it to pieces. But it's great to have this DR to start with, my favorite feature of the D7000 nefs for the LR4-SEP2 approach.
http://egozarolho.blogspot.com 1. Good content, good aesthetics and good tecnique. On that order. 2. Light is more important than glass and pixels. 3. In the digital photography process, software is as important as gear.