Sat 07-Jan-12 03:31 PM | edited Sat 07-Jan-12 05:30 PM by chroaz
Great, Neill, glad it helped. You were lucky to find a course on the D7000. When I got mine there weren't any! But now I see the Nikonians Academy series is now offering one too! As does Ben Long on Lynda.com, I think
Enjoy this fine Camera!
As an aside, I also have a Fuji X100 - a completely different experience by the way, but I love it too - and I keep reading on the various Fuji enthusiasts sites how new X100 owners are now dumping their DSLRS (Canon and Nikon) in favor of the X100, for reasons of quietness, portability, "feel", retro looks etc. - all sorts of reasons good (but not necessarily valid) and bad!
I don't agree with that line of thought at all. I think shooting the X100 is for a specific task and in no way can it duplicate or replace the performance and capabilities of my D7000.
I am happy I have both cameras but it's the D7000 that's the keeper! Enjoy yours!
When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence. - Ansel Adams