Fri 29-Mar-13 01:10 AM | edited Fri 29-Mar-13 01:14 AM by mpage
>Been an expensive week
This is one of the serious side effects of Nikon Acquisition Syndome (NAS). Generally not a dangerous condition, unless the wife finds out how much your are spending on camera equipment.
Kirk responded to my 2nd request. They did get the first request, but did not respond in two days. Here is their response in total:
"Please feel free to give us a call at 260-665-3670."
Since I work the graveyard shift it is not convenient for me to call. I can't believe they could not respond with a sentence or two on the advantages of the replacement foot over the bracket.
One ofter thing to consider, since both the D600 and D800 create extremely high resolution images, you may want to use a tripod or monopod most of the time with the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G VRII. Camera shake is more critical with these cameras than with other bodies that have lower resolutions.
You can get acceptable results hand-holding, but the best, sharpest results will be achieved with a solid foundation for the camera and lens.