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On the fence and need a shove.

DuhRock

San Diego, US
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DuhRock Silver Member Nikonian since 27th May 2011
Mon 12-Aug-13 11:41 PM

I've had my D7000 for about two years now and have zero complaints and will be keeping it. I'm looking to upgrade to a D7100 or upgrade my Tamron 70-200 2.8 non VC (not the fastest to focus, but it is sharp and is my most used lens), to either the new Tamron with VC or Nikon 70-200 VR1. They're all around the same price and I can only afford one. I also have the Nikon 300 f4 and a Kenko 1.4. I mainly shoot our local wildlife and go to Zoos quite often. I'm in low light alot. Will the D7100 give me a noticeable advantage over the 7000 in low light and I.Q? Is the AF system much better? I do use a monopod about 50% of the time. I shoot a few events per year and a bit of landscape also.
Thank you all. Nikonians is second to none!
Deric

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