>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!