What a line up... Bravo Nikon!

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  1. ruifo

    ruifo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Amazing to see what a great line up Nikon put together in 2016:
    • D5
    • D810
    • D810A
    • D750
    • DF
    • D500
    • D7200
    Among others... There is an option from everyone out there.

    Not to mention the new lenses, that are even more important, with E aperture, FL glass, PF elements, AF-P lenses etc... That's a good moment for Nikon. Let's just hope sales can improve in the DSLR market, that overall, has been loosing space.

    It's a good time to shoot!


     
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    You are wrong there is not one in that line up for me
     
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    OrionsByte No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nothing in the lineup for people that are broke! :lol:

    I hadn't looked at the new lenses yet, I'll have to check those out.
     
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    480sparky Chief Free Electron Relocator Supporting Member

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    Nothing in their camera line-up these days that interest me one iota.

    About the only thing I'm excited about is the 200-500, which is on my wish list.
     
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    astroNikon 'ya all Bananas I tell 'ya Supporting Member

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    Maybe this is more your line ... the FM10 and F6 ==> Film Cameras | Buy Film Camera | Nikon
     
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    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    No this is the one i will be getting
    M-A Black - Park Cameras Online

    or this from my local camera shop 10 miles from my home
    Used Leica M Monochrom Digital Rangefinder Camera Body 10760 - Used Cameras - Used - Harrison Cameras
     
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    What you thinking? is the optical, built quality and handling better than lets say... 150-600 sigma sport? Well, i'm not sure what price differences are where you are, but here they cost the same.

    Found some images comparing all the zooms Nikon 200-500mm quality | Cameralabs
     
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    ByronBrant has one, and I borrowed it to race against my Tamzooka. The Nikkor has just as good IQ when 500mm is cropped to the equivelant of the Tamron';s 600mm. But the Nikkor has MUCH better AF and VR. Plus, the Nikkor works exceedingly well with my Nikon 1.4 TC, while the Tamron struggles with AF and is still soft all around.

    So, the Nikkor is on my wish list. Once I get it, I'll marry it to my 1.4 TC and toss the stack onto my D7100. That will give me a 420-1050 equivalent.
     
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    hamlet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    AF speed on these lenses are pretty important now that you mention it.
     
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    The D750 and the D810 are pretty OK overall, depending upon your focus (high ISO performance vs resolution).

    The D5 is probably OK for wedding, press and sports shooters.

    The D500 is OK for wildlife shooters.

    The D7200 and D610 are basically for cheapskates that dont want to acquire an old used camera (D7000 and D700, respectively) instead.

    I fail to see the point of the Df; IMHO Nikon should take a good look at the Fuji X-T1 before creating a Df2.


    Many options doesnt really equal many choices.
     
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    I think you should start your own camera brand
     
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