>I respectfully disagree--I think the D300 is superior in many >ways, as Pouncer said, but this is my opinion from having used >both.
Isn't it interesting? Two people could both use the same cameras, and come away with totally different views on them. Wonderful to have choices.
>I would not trade my D300 for the D7000. This is my opinion, >but I will not post my opinion as absolute truth. I have >problems when people frame their opinions as absolute truth. >I think it is condescending.
>I don't think anyone said the D300 was an inferior camera.
I assume you mean D7000?
>I am very happy with my D300's performance all the way up the >ISO's.
Interesting. Though I think many would disagree with you here.
>Also, this is the D100, 200, and 300 forum. We like to enjoy >our D300's here sometimes. There is a D7000 forum, too.
Yes, and as I have cameras from both families, as well as from the two FX families, the film families, and others, I too enjoy this subforum. And if Nikon see fit to introduce the D400, I'll enjoy it even further!
>Also I have never had a problem with the "Dynamic >Range" of my camera.
I think this is a matter of subjects photographed and expectations.