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d7000 vs d600 for manual focus lenses

wcm2831

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"d7000 vs d600 for manual focus lenses"

wcm2831 Registered since 18th Nov 2012
Tue 18-Dec-12 01:26 AM

I have the following manual focus lenses:
1. micro-nikkor 55mm
2. series E 28mm
3. series E 70-210
4. Tamron 90mm macro
5. Vivitar series 1 28-105
6 500 mm f5 reflex Nikkor
7. Tokina 20-35 Canon mount

I have been using these lenses on a Canon 60D using an adaptor ring but wish to upgrade into a Nikon DSLR. I know I cant use these lenses to full capacity unless I go with at least the d7000. I was going to get the d7000 but now see the D600 as an option. So my question is if these lenses would perform any better or worse on the fx or dx format. I like nature photography, landscape, macro, wildlife, probably more geared to landscape.

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