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D7000 and Flying Birds

photphil

Sidney, US
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photphil Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Aug 2004
Mon 25-Jul-11 09:12 PM

I use a D200 now and am considering an upgrade to a newer camera(D7000, D300s, D400?), as well as a newer telephoto. I like to shoot birds in flight (among other subjects) and wonder how well the D7000 keeps up with moving objects. I understand that the focusing, higher ISO, and IQ will be much better, but I'm concerned about how quickly the buffering system works. Will I miss shots or does the D7000 keep up enough to be adequate to capture 5-8 frames at a time when shooting osprey, eagles, herons, etc. Does the type of SD card make a difference? Thanks for any comments.

Phil

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