I am going out for my *first* photography trip ... I started seriously last year when I've joined a forum ... until then I was just casual shooter, mostly vacationist and family shooter, and documenting my sports and such like ... I feel that I need a secondary body ... and also that I perhaps should progress forward, to do step ahead from my D7200Seems the 7200 system does everything you'll need. Why a second body? Only if it offers something your 7200 can't do.
To bad you didn't like it, good thing you bought it somewhere with a good return policy.
Sometimes there is no substitute for actually trying the gear.
Too bad you found it lacking.
extremely bulky and heavy .. I sometimes rather think about to go for some small and compact mirrorless (like superlightweight kit Nikon Z50 + 15-50 + 50-250) but no, I am DSRL guy (and we'll have in 2022 a new Nikon D880 with 60MPx sensor)Just because I love mine...look for a used D4
There is NO improvement at all in dynamic range. Moreover it seems that when I pull shadow detail in postprocess out of D7200, they look a better than from D750 (D7200's Toshiba sensor Vs D750's Sony sensor ?).
AF performance is same
On the other hand there's significant difference in DoF so for landscape shots the APS-C D7200 significantly outperforms a FX D750 especially in the most lenses sweetspot that is 5.6-8 and AP 11 on DX requires AP 16 on FX ..
I feel much better now .. still I tend to blame my camera for all those bad shots (all those 97% of shots)Hopefully this hiccup will be the last symptom of GAS for a while...