I didn't mean to offend you. All I'm saying is that the litle d100 was created from the N80 as a less expensive alternative (in contrast to the D1 series) for the pro-summer market. It inherits the same focusing and meetering system from the N80 and despite being a tad more expensive than the F5 it is not packed with all Nikon's best AF and meetering technology. Hence, comparing F5 against D100 is like comparing F5 against N80. You're absolutely right, it's not the tool for professionals shooting sports or dance under low light conditions. The D1h was designed for that purpose and it is good for that.
>No offense taken, Herbet. I could assure you that. I just >wanna find out if D100's AF is good enough for action >especially in poor light. I'm afraid the answer is >unfavorable. > >In fact I've been to the regional Nikon HQ this morning and >talked to the manager. He kept shocking his head when I told >him what I shot and about the poor light. He advised me to >keep using my D1h. A Nikon technican suggested me to switch >to EOS 1d at the absence of his senior. Well, only if I >could afford one... > >I believe D100 is a very fine D SLR and is good for almost >anything except fast action. But for dance shot I better >stick with what I already have. > >Albert