Refurbished Nikon D850

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  1. Bob Mevis

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    The two wheel cart is a good idea. I'll have to check into that!

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    This is similar to what I have. But mine has LARGER wheels which is easier to roll on asphalt and less than smooth surfaces. The small wheels do not do well on rough surfaces.

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    If you have a large load, like the large format guys have, then this cart would be better. They even have ones with WIDE wheels for going on soft surfaces.
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    A used D800 or D810 would save a LOT of money over a D850.
     
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    And the Radio Flyer; in wood, metal or plastic.
    But it does not fold up.
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    I like the idea of a cart and am going to check into them next time I go to town. Thanks

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    Thanks. I'm just dreaming right now. Not sure what I'm going to do. I just know my D7000 is going to be replaced.

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    If you are serious about wildlife / birding (BIF) then go for a DX camera and save a ton of money on the camera and glass. I picked up a pristine used D500 for a great price. It has the same highly regarded AF system the D850 has and the x1.5 crop factor is a nice advantage for wildlife. The D500 is great in low light and is fine for most anything you want to shoot especially wildlife and sports. BTW, I also have a D850, which I mainly use for portraits and landscapes, but the D500 with 150-600mm f/5-6.3 is my wildlife / birding (BIF) setup.
     

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