Cameralabs D7100 review up: verdict...

Started Apr 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Stacey_K
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Re: Well Stacey, none of this applies to wildlife photography...
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JimPearce wrote:

Big prints: check (12" x 18" is routine for me). Need to crop: check. Autofocus is critical: check.

Guess you missed where I said if you need the better AF it makes sense to trade up a D7000 for a D7100. I'm very happy you are so pleased with your new purchase that fills your needs.

And as someone else noted, what you describe is also a niche market. My point was for the vast majority of photographers, there are things money is better spent on if you already own a D7000. I don't believe a D7100 is going to be some amazing IQ increase or drastic visible resolution improvement in normal output (simply from the lack of AA filter/more pixels when they are already printing at 300 Pixels/inch or more from a D7000?) that some people seem to be preaching here.

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