Are D7000 that faulty?

Started Sep 30, 2011 | Discussions thread
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In reply to Peter Panz, Oct 3, 2011

Peter Panz wrote:

CarlosNunezUSA wrote:

mitku wrote:

If there is a rumor that your sister is (beeeep, self censored), it's tough to prove that you have no sister.

Or at least go to some store and put your hands to those cameras and tаke your personal decision. Just get what your heart speaks. But the answer to your question is - no, D7000 is not that faulty. D7000 is simply the best DX camera ever (till now at least).

Can you imagine what Nikon will do with D400 or D4?

And just think of the sales they'll get when they've crippled the mid range with poor skin tones. Mind you, there's no guarantee that the D400 or D40 will get them right either.

If you don't think the D700 (or D3, since they share the same sensor) produces good skin tones, nothing will. There's always the D80, though. Lot's of those, nice and cheap on eBay and Craigslist.

It seems to be the trend these days. More people are going for plastic surgery these days. I wonder that is causing a shift in preference for the plastic look. You certainly don't need botox treatment to have your skin rendered flat and featureless with today's breed of Nikon DSLR's.

Now there's a statement that drips and overflows with reasonable objectivity.

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