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D7000 a D300 killer?

M_Jackson

Jackson, US
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M_Jackson Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005
Fri 10-Dec-10 06:13 PM

I'd be curious now to hear from D300 users who have had their D7000 for a while. When setting side by side on the front seat of the truck, do you grab the D7000 or the D300(s) for wildlife photography? For scenic photographers, I'd bet the D7000 gets the nod, but do the 39 points and loss of a couple of frames per second affect your decision when the wildlife moment is crucial? I can see the benefits during early morning and late evening if the high ISO settings allow for better photos during tough light.

Some of the early reviews touted the D7000 as a D300 killer. Again, this question is directed to D300 users.

M. Jackson

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