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WaterEngineer wrote: »
NIce work. As I have said many times. There are no bad 300mm Nikkor lenses. Again, comments on the D7100, please.
Nice work. There are no bad Nikkor 300mm f/4 lenses.
Care to comment on the D7100? Particularly: file size, buffer, burst rate and write speed.
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Thanks!!! I responded on the last thread regarding the questions you had.
So far I am really liking the 7100. I have had it for 2 weeks this Friday and I have put close to 2000 clicks on it so far. I am coming from a D300 so that is what I am comparing it to. The AF seems to be better on the 7100 and image quality blows the D300 away. The file sizes are about 12-14mb shooting in JPEG large and fine. I get 6 fps in continuous high and am using the sandisk 95mb/s card so the write speed is fast and it has no problem clearing the buffer. I haven't tried it in raw so I can't comment on that. So far no complaints from me.
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