>Perrone > >What happens if " There isn't any good light? "
That's why I have a D600.
>I have shot with my D3S and D3 last year at 2,000 ISO. I >needed that when I was at the Terracotta Warriors in China.
LOL, ISO 2000. This is easily achievable with any modern Nikon DSLR. I do not consider this high ISO.
>Try shooting MotoGP bikes .. 5 Fps isnt enough.
Comments like this are just ignorant. People have been shooting motoGP for 50 years. I've seen Isle of Man TT shots from the 60s. How many fps do you think they had then? The iconic images of Indy, LeMans, etc. from the black and white film era. How many FPS then? Sports and Motorsport photography is not about fps. It's about SKILL, planning, and technique.