Thom Hogan's assessment of a D400

Started Apr 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
krikman
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Re: Thom Hogan's assessment of a D400
In reply to n057, Apr 11, 2013
Then that's great, good for you!

Thanks.

Keep in mind that while you have found your perfect upgrade, you have been willing to give up some of the D300 features, and that's fine.  Remember though that most in this forum have not, so please do not call the D7100 a D300 successor.

After some more experience in real environment with real works I will write my feelings in opinion article. But anyway D300s still with me and will be.

My use cases are reportage, beatiful snapshots of people in real (available light i.e. not studio) conditions, contra-light nature shots and landscapes and night cityscapes.

For indoor photography D300s loses heavily in face of modern cameras and I feel it too tigh for me. Also adding DR to landscapes is always right.

I believe that some photo ideas can be realized with D7100 much better. Maybe i'm wrong, but new equipment provoke new ideas.

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