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  1. DB_Cro

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    I think you misunderstood what I wrote.

    Anyways, I have $2000 in Canon lenses, buying the Nikon for me would be a lot more expensive for me now.

    And again, I'd rather have a higher end crop body that gives me better AF, more FPS and other stuff
    that makes sure I don't miss a shot shooting stuff that can't be missed and repeated, and also, again, my 200mm
    lens is over 300mm on the crop body which is enough reach for me while 200mm on FF wouldn't be and I'd have
    to crop.

    And again, sport, wildlife, bird shooters etc.. can't you see it from the other perspective?
    All of us shooting APS-C KNOW what full frame does better, and it's NOT better for everything and everyone.

    I'd gladly use a D610 when shooting portraits, I KNOW that it'll do better then any APS-C, but I rarely do that,
    my job is every other kind of fast paced events where I'd benefit more from D7200 or D500 then D610 or D750.

    Watch the Z. Arias video that I posted if you haven't.

    EDIT: Someone shooting medium format could say the same things about FF that you're saying about APS-C.

    Why aren't you using medium format?



     
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    In case you missed it I have a 500 F4, there is no zoom. If I had a full frame then I would either need a 1.4x extender and then there would be no advantage as I would loose 1 stop of ISO, have slightly slower AF and a slight reduction in image quality.. The other option is an 800 F5.6 which I shot for a month and again I loose 1 stop of light and at 10# it is just front heavy enough that I didn't enjoy shooting with it..

    I'm getting everything I want image quality wise by the way, not sure what your reference was to? And also thinking about it further by saying "just get a lens that zooms in closer" we are on completely different levels.. Best of luck with your full frame mission you are on..
     
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    After Looking through the viewfinder with 600mm on a FF vs crop body, the crop wins all day long for wildlife or sports for the perceived FOV reach. As good as crop sensors have gotten with low noise and image quality its not a huge difference. I think its when you need to maximize the shallow DOF and wide angle lenses or shoot at ridiculously high ISO in low light the FF pulls out In front. One thing for sure is that both formats can produce crappy images and outstanding images depending on who is driving.

    I see both formats as tools, you by the right tool for the job.
     
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    ..and this is what a lot of people don't understand.

    They use a APS-C body with the 18-55 kit lens for a year, then buy a FF body with a few high-end lenses and are blown
    away by the difference even if they have no idea what they're doing. Obvious conclusion is - APS-C sux. D'oh.
     
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    I'd rather have a D500 over a D610 if I was shooting sports/wildlife.

    I'd rather have the D610 for almost every other situation.
     
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    Well I was stating the Nikon d610 because I'm a Nikon guy I have the Nikon D810 that I got cheaply but you could get a cannon 6D thats full frame and onlt $1200.00 or so that would be better for you
     
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    I have the d610 for back up i shoot portraits and landscape the d610 is wonderfull for landscape.. but I love my D810 that camera is phenomenal
     
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    No, it wouldn't be better for me, 7D markII would be better for me.
    Are you reading what people are writing?
    Do you not understand it?
     
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    No i missed. That.. I was just talking in terms of pricing.. The 7d tho would be more money i think
     
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    It's about the same here, irrelevant since full frame is a disadvantage for the type of work that I do in 70-80% of the situations.
     
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    the 7D2 could be better in some situations but probably more expensive
     
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    It costs the same here.
    Writing same things 3 times seems normal for this thread.

    Also, 2 out of 3 lenses I own aren't for full frame anyways.
    It's actually cheaper then.
     
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