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Balance with large lens attached

ajstark123

Katonah, US
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ajstark123 Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Jun 2007
Thu 30-Jun-11 11:46 AM


I am thinking of upgrading from D200 to D7000. I seen the previous post comparing the features between the D200 vs D7000. It seems obvious that D7000 is a more advanced camera.

Will the D700 be nose heavy with Tamron 70-200 F2.8 or Nikon 300 F4 D (the one with 88mm filter) attached to it? Is it balanced with big, heavy lens?

My main lens is a Tamron 17-50 F2.8. Are there any issues with the interoperability of this lens with the D7000.

Sometime I am sloppy. I let the D200 hang from the strap with a big lens attached. This will only happen for less than 5 or10 seconds. Will this break the D7000?

I do most of my shooting in aperture priority mode. Is this easy to set on the D7000?

Does the D7000 have a depth of preview button?

How does the view finder on the D7000 compare to D200?

Thanks

Al


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