Mon 21-Jan-13 02:54 AM | edited Mon 21-Jan-13 02:54 AM by mklass
Yes, I shoot both. I tried going strictly FX with a D3s and D700, but missed the advantages of DX in certain situations, and also wanted something lighter to travel with. THe D7000 suit that bill now, although I would prefer a D400 type body that had controls and features more in common with the pro bodies (ie 10-pin connector, more that 3 bracket exposures, same top-side controls, etc).
I've added a D800e to the mix, but that is for detailed shooting when I have the time and want to cart around the big glass. The big files are a downside, and not always necessary. The D3s is better in low light.