>According to your profile, you're a DX user (D2X). FX is a >BIG shift in both workflow and supporting equipment. The >question should be: Do you *need* FX and are you *ready* for >FX? The D300 already outdoes much of what the D2X delivered, >so I would personally be waiting for the D400 before I made >that much of a jump.
I think DX lenses indicate a DX user better than going by the camera. I have all FX lenses and a D200, but I never bought DX lenses due to my desire to eventually go to an FX digital camera. The D700 was the first one in my price range, but then I was unemployed. Now the D800 is in my price range and I am making the plunge. The original poster has FX lenses like me.
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