What if D7200 will be a true successor of D300?

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OlegE New Member • Posts: 5
What if D7200 will be a true successor of D300?

D7100 was half a step up from D7000. What if the next generation will be another substantial step up, with buffer increase, some changes in the body and faster EXPEED allowing 7 or 8 frames per second? Nikon may not need 4 bodies with APS-C sensor. It explains why we do not have D400 yet. Many people already moved to D7100, and most of the rest will get D7200.

Another option I was hoping for is some kind of revolutionary technology such as new type of sensor, binning - whatever it is, which will change action photography dramatically. What does not make sense to me is to use the same (or very similar) sensor as in smaller bodies already existing for quite some time. It could be done a while ago, and there must be a reason why it was not done.

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