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D7000 what's missing for a D300 user?

MotoMannequin

Livermore, CA, US
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MotoMannequin Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Registered since 11th Jan 2006
Wed 06-Oct-10 06:02 PM

I've been eyeing the D7000... as blashemous as this may seem, I actually have a probject where integrated video may come in handy.

Looking over the D7K, I see a lot I like: The user modes on the dial (although why only 2?), the magnesium body/weather sealing. HD video.

Image quality I expect to be a wash in the ISO 100-400 range, but I expect the D7K to excell at high ISO. Does the base ISO 100 mean there's a Lo-1 down to ISO 50? That would be very good.

What looks missing to me: lack of a dedicated AF-ON button, and lack of a 10-pin accessory connector.

What do other D200/300/300s users think?

Larry - a Bay Area Nikonian
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