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Hogan suggest D7100 as D400 replacement

dagoldst

Little Rock, US
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dagoldst Gold Member Nikonian since 02nd Dec 2012
Wed 13-Nov-13 12:40 AM | edited Wed 13-Nov-13 12:45 AM by dagoldst

He then, rather sarcastically, suggest taking finger off shutter button in sustained bursts. I suppose he is referring to the limited buffer of the D7100.

I think it is sad Nikon hobbled the D7100 that way, since the other 24 Mpixel cameras, (D600/610), have a lot more buffer depth, and I would be willing to bet all these newer cameras use the same chipsets for image processing. That suggest a firmware, (ie, programmed), restriction.

Anyway, I think the rest of his article makes pretty good sense about the future of DX.

Thoughts?

David

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