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D7000's ripple effect

AreBee

Inverness, UK
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"RE: D7000's ripple effect"

AreBee Registered since 27th Apr 2008
Fri 01-Oct-10 06:22 PM

>The D7K is weather sealed, responsive, handles older lenses, will program to AF-On usage, and has Mirror-Up capability. It does not have a 10-pin connector for accessories, but I think that is a fair trade for the latest in sensor technology, 14-bit image pipeline and better video capabilities.<

I respectfully disagree. For a landscape photographer the lack of acceptance of an electronic shutter release is very significant, at least to me. The specification of the D7000 is very impressive but I for one would not purchase a camera, any camera, without it accepting an electronic release.

Cheers,

Rob
www.robbuckle.co.uk

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