Wed 22-Sep-10 02:53 AM | edited Wed 22-Sep-10 03:17 AM by RRRoger
>I manage to fill the buffer on both my D300 (17) and D300s >(19) routinely. Also, I use the wide AF points (or is that >tall?) which are missing on the D7000 when the herons stretch >and for portraits when I get close. I agree with you Dave, and >I'm even holding out some hope for a pro body with a really >big buffer and battery. I'd gladly pay $2500 plus.
You will be paying $5000 plus for a camera that does much more. It will be called the D4. I think the D7000 is as close to a Pro DX as we are likely to see, but Nikon has really surpassed my expectations since the D3 was released. At any rate I would not expect a Pro DX before late next year.