>Once I took my first image with an FX camera and looked at >it, the clarity and smoothness, even at base ISO, I was sold. >I will stay with FX, even if DX will probably soon go to those >crazy ISO levels of 100,000 that used to be the domain of FX. >Image quality of FX will always be better than DX, at any >ISO.
This is highly debatable. The pixel density advantage of DX provides better resolving power than FX and often results in sharper results where the MP are equal. The only thing FX had over DX in Nikon's line was high ISO performance, and that appears to no longer be the case with the D7000.