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Back up body for the D7000

HayMower

Springfield, US
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"Feasibility of renting one?"

HayMower Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Jan 2008
Wed 30-Jan-13 02:59 PM

If you cannot be without a camera while yours is in the shop,why not rent one? Unless you are looking for an excuse to get a new one. In that case, I think the D600 could be a good choice, unless you want to stay with DX.

My D40x now lives with my son and his wife, and I've been thinking about a D600 - just haven't figured out if I really "need/want" it.

Lens compatibility is something to think about - I "need" more FX glass!

Hillbilly Harry - in the Missouri Ozarks.

D7000
D40X
AF-S 10-24
AF-S 18-55 VR
AF-S 55-300 VR
AF-S 50 1.4G
AF-S 35 1.8G
AF 85 1.8D
SB400
Nikon closeup attachments 0, 1, 3T, 4T

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