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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by ratster, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. ratster

    ratster Member

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    sooo i'm looking for a new camera i am a nikon user. i am looking at the d7000 & the 300s there seems to be not too much in the price both arround £1,100. the specs are fairly similar so which one would you buy
     
  2. duffy

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    You really ought to try the Sony DSC-H50. really good camera.

    Duffy :))
     
  3. Halfhidden

    Halfhidden Untouchable Staff Member Administrator

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    I believe that planet penwith has the D7000 it might be worth sending him a pm. Myke is a nice guy and will take the time to answer your questions.
     
  4. Halfhidden

    Halfhidden Untouchable Staff Member Administrator

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    Just had a look at your latest picture ratster and see that you have the D50... how do you get on with that?
     
  5. ratster

    ratster Member

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    its a very good camera & ideal as a first dslr but as i want to sell canvasses of my work i need a better quality print therfore i'm swapping bodies if i were just taking shots for myself i wouldn't change it just yet
     
  6. treeve

    treeve Major Contributor

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    So many factors, definition, overall focus, resolution of sensor, colour/tone rendition, metering assessment, action, handling, weight, etc .. what is the criteria?
     
  7. Planet Penwith

    Planet Penwith Super User

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    Hi Stuart

    Sorry, I saw this thread after reading your PM. Ok mate, if I was to buy a new camera with a budget of approx £1000, I would get the Nikon D7000. It's mean't to be a replacement to the D90 and sits between that model and the D300s. But the D7000 out guns the D300s in many ways.

    Read this review here for the D7000 - Personally, I think its a great camera. I would buy it. I wont say you have to get it, that's up to you, but if it was me...I'd buy it

    Nikon D7000

    Hope that helps you in your decision Stuart. Any probs or anything I can help with, just give us a buzz ok

    Best wishes

    Myke
     
    Last edited: Dec 12, 2010

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