7100 taking d300s flagship status, NO say Nikon Europe.

Started Feb 21, 2013 | Discussions thread
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In reply to Kelly M Jones, Feb 23, 2013

Kelly M Jones wrote:

rhlpetrus wrote:

This is the first time a Nikon rep has been so direct about this issue, one that has been around for many years now, since the advent of the D7000 at least.

I believe it. A flagship cannot run at 6fps and have a small buffer, compared to what one already had almost 6 years ago (d300).

So, come Summer, D400 will be here.

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I agree. Too small of a buffer and too low fps to be a flagship in the DX line. The D7100 rocks, but the D400 may be a monster DX machine.

-Kelly

Yes, yes, and yes on all counts.  D400 here we come... 

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