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"RE: On the fence"

DAJolley Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Dec 2007
Thu 10-Feb-11 09:52 PM

I just moved up from the D90 to D7000 and so far am very happy for the reasons stated in the previous posts. My primary camera is a D700 and so far the RAW files from the D7000 look every bit as good as those from the D700.
You may find as I did that you need additional SD cards to accommodate the larger files and faster cards if you plan to shoot video or do high speed bursts. Most of my SD cards are class 4 and class 6 is required for video and class 10 is even better. These cards don't come cheap.
You may also need to invest in an additional battery at about $60 roughly double what an extra battery costs for the D90.
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