I went from a D90 which I was very happy with to the D7200 which arrived two days ago. It's a quantum leap in performance over the D90 but the familiarity makes it easy to adjust to. The video quality is night and day. I do a lot of product photography at my job. I now can use the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility from my iPad to do all the shooting and transfers, no more tripping over studio lighting stands. I can upload the pictures to the catalog printer immediately. For any of you who try to find the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility on your iPad it will not show up in a search of the App Store. In the App store menu set your iPad for iPhone Apps Only and it will show up. It's free and works great. Having wireless picture transfer was worth the switch. The D7200 works great with Nikon's older manual focus AE-S lenses, much better than the D90 did. If you are like me and the decision to buy the D7200 is a major purchase rest assured you will be very happy with it. Thanks for listening
RStyga: The US legal system is an overgrown chaotic net of perplexed sophistries that reflects a society in deep trouble. The behavioral regulatory aspects of that system are notoriously indicative of both how troubled Americans are and how inhumanely the country is claiming resolution via civil oppression. It is not an exaggeration, unfortunately, calling the US of 2015 a "police state" of the worst kind in today's western world.
Sophistry - a subtle, tricky, superficially plausible, but generally fallacious method of reasoning. Perhaps you meant anfractuous?
The stone what??? Who gives a rats ass about another obscure British band that no one has ever head of? I would be more interested if someone in the band had punched out an annoying predatory photographer of which Brittain seems to have an abundant supply.
08rvtraveller: "The new, revolutionary FUJIFILM X-Pro1 Digital Camera has won four awards during the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week."
No mention on dpreview news - it's not a Canon I guess!
Jeez sdyue, who put a twist in your shorts. You seem to be the only one in the world concerned or even aware of ES-LV. I'll have to check my M9 and D3x manual to see if my cameras even have the feature. If not I guess I should trade them in on a Canon Elph 300. Why don't you quit your job with Canon and become a bit more objective instead of a Canon Fangirl who slaps around the rest of us for not being particularly overjoyed with the latest offering from Canon.
I go to a few air shows each year and also some motorsports events. I usually rent a fast super tele lens from one of the lens rental sites. I have found this is a great way to get a lens I otherwise would not be able to own (because my wife would kill me) It's easy and fast and you can insure the lens against damage and loss when you rent it. It's also an opportunity to try out different lenses for a purchase. Your article has shown me some of my own mistakes in shooting moving propellers and rotors. Thanks for a great article.