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jhonave

San Diego, US
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"RE: The Nikon D7000"

jhonave Registered since 11th Jan 2010
Tue 15-Jan-13 12:02 AM

>Congratulation on your selection of a good wife . That
>brought you to the D7000. Its a great camera that you will
>enjoy over the D5000 and 5100.

Yes, I am truly blessed!

>Its a truly amazing piece of hardware. And good luck with your
>NAS. I started with a D80 that i never really learned and Nas
>brought me to a D7000 and mired of lenses and gear i might not
>really need .

Despite the Nikon D5100 being a great camera, I hardly used it. I want to keep the D5000 as a backup since the placement of camera controls is somewhat similar to those on the D7000.

>Also while Nas is brought up. Check out the thread on Grips to
>find out whether you may think you need one, and what maker
>might interest you. If you shot full bodied Film camera it
>might be the next step in improving your time with the D7000.

I am already afflicted with NAS, hehe. I also shopped for the Nikon MB-D11 battery grip. It looks and feels great on my Nikon D7000. Now it's time for me to budget and save up for the next gear!

Derek, thanks for the welcome!

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