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Old 04-04-2011, 08:37 PM
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Digital Home Thoughts: Nikon Releases the D5100 Digital SLR and ME-1 Microphone
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Old 04-05-2011, 06:13 AM
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Old 04-05-2011, 06:15 AM
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Which One? Nikon D7000 or Nikon D5100 at The Phoblographer
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Old 04-05-2011, 07:16 AM
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Interesting, but still much too consumer.

I'm still waiting to see the next upgrade to the D300.
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I feel so pauper with my Nikon D200.
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Is it just me or what? I don't want my digital SLR to do movies, and I don't want my video camera to do stills. Manufacturers are cramming too much into these packages. I am not the least bit interested in the combination, not even from Nikon.
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Is it just me or what? I don't want my digital SLR to do movies, and I don't want my video camera to do stills. Manufacturers are cramming too much into these packages. I am not the least bit interested in the combination, not even from Nikon.
I agree.....I just picked up a Nikon d3100 and most likely will never use it for shooting movies, its complicated enough just trying to learn all the other features
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I completely agree. My wife and are really considering the 7000 and I could care less about the 1080p video.

I am just trying to figure what lenses to buy, I know we are getting the Nikon 50mm 1.4 and the 70/300. I am trying to figure what lens to get in the middle.

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I went from a D300 to the D7000 and love the new camera. The D7000 besides having more megapixels has a much faster processor, more accurate focusing, better low lite ISO sensitivity, better automatic white balance and more accurate light meter especially where backlighting is needed. While I did not think I would use the video it has come in very handy at family get togethers and since the camera has 2 memory card slots I designate one card for my pictures and the other one for movies so I can keep them separate. You have other options for the second memory card such as one for Raw and one for Jpeg, automatic backup ie they duplicate each other etc. . The D7000 has a metal body so while it is lighter and smaller than the D300 which is also nice still is very solid in the hand. I am still interested in seeing the D400 when it comes out but it is amazing that the D7000 comes in at the same price as a used D300. If I had a D300s I would not have purchased the D7000 and would have waited for the D400. I do like the lighter package when walking around. It is nice having a movie camera where you can change lens and autofocus. It is also nice that instead carrying both a movie camera and a SLR, now I only need 1.
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