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considering the d7000

jmiguez

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"RE: considering the d7000"

jmiguez Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Oct 2010
Thu 13-Dec-12 12:45 AM

I came from a D40 to the D7000. You are in for a wonderful surprise. Gone are the days when it seemed the camera just didn't to want to focus. The picture quality of the D7000 will amaze you.

I think you are going to like your new camera.

On the lens issue. This past spring my wife and I traveled to Hawaii. Because of weight and space, I only took the D7000, the 18-200 lens, a 35 mm f1.8 lens for evening shots.

95% of my shots were taken with the 18-200mm lens. The 18-200 lens is a good all around lens that will give you many many great shots. If it gets dark...just put the camera and lens on a tripod.

BTW - For the trip to Hawaii, I took along a GrizloPod. It looked goofy and I had to get on my belly sometimes, but it and the D7000/18-200 setup took some great pictures in Hawaii. Here is one, to show what the combo can do.

John

My Pictures may be seen here: http://jmiguez.smugmug.com/

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