Fri 08-Feb-13 02:08 AM | edited Fri 08-Feb-13 02:10 AM by billD80
>The D7000 does not have the "pro" control layout of >the D3s or D800e, so it is always a consciousness shift to use >it. > >So a D400 (D300s with ISO, MP and EV enhancements) would >really fit the bill. > If Nikon introduced one, I would be glad to buy it and >get rid of the D7000. >
As would I...(much as I love the D7000)... I have no need for FX, mainly because I need and use the reach DX provides, without a T/C... I've got an investment in great DX lenses, plus FX ones that work even better on DX. So a DX, solid body, 24mp (or more) high ISO/low noise capable camera would be terrific.
I think it will come in at a street price of $1600. give or take, and if it does, will blow the doors off anything Canon has in the same class.