Hi, I must firstly state upfront I do not have a D7100 but I am seriously thinking about getting one. Before doing so I would be interested to hear from anyone who has had one for a while and might have used it on a wedding shoot either as a main shooter or as an assistant as to how they got on with it for low light shooting environments. Thanks Ian
I have not shot weddings, but through my research, the 7100 has one the best low light performance results in the APS-C sensor category. if you don't have much invested in DX glass, and don't mind going another $600, you will get better performance from a D600 full frame sensor
>I have not shot weddings, but through my research, the 7100 >has one the best low light performance results in the APS-C >sensor category. if you don't have much invested in DX glass, >and don't mind going another $600, you will get better >performance from a D600 full frame sensor
Hi, Thanks for reply but wanted to hear from someone who has actually shot or assisted on a few weddings to see how it performed. I do appreciate it is a very good camera and even for some they would prefer it to the D600. Thanks again, Ian
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You might have a better response from the Wedding forum, where the wedding Pro's hang out. The D7100 has only been out for about 2 months now. People here are still putting the camera through its paces, having fun using it or driving themselves into a tizzy trying to find fault with it using their own home grown scientific testing. From what I have read here from credible members and online, the D7100 would be up to the task of a wedding.