dennishancock: Regardless, the D500 needs either the dual SD card or dual XQD card option.
@Gesture: I think the D7200 has been seriously overlooked. Comparing the two (D500 vs D7200), there is a lot to like in D7200. However, give the devil its due - the D500 has better weather resilience.
Absolutely, that was a good catch.
That looks awesome!
Wow. So cool. Nice catch.
This is so good. I said it earlier, but I'll say it again - the competition in this challenge has been phenomenal.
So cool. I'm laughing. What a catch!
So cool. Nice catch.
This is so good.
This so good. I can't believe the competition in this challenge. There are so many good entries. Nicely done.
This is really cool. How did you do it?
This is good. The color, the contrast, the lighting, the sharpness. .... I am shaking my head. This is really good.
Nice. Very nice.
I like it. Did you try a little more to the right?
Very Cool! So nicely done.
chipmaster: Interesting collection of pictures, clearly the review will reflect somewhat the pictures taking, LOL. Why am I not going to hold much water to what they say. Where are the pictures in the kind of situation that really push the focus and low light?
BTW we dont' need anymore posts about low DR, this is a camera built for high ISO and fast focus. I really wouldn't care much for reading about a sports car's performance on a snowy road either, duh.
@Rishi: Thanks for the input. I'm not sure because I didn't go back and look carefully, but it seem some of the daytime photos of the football photos looked sharper to me. Maybe not, but the shots of the girl in the wedding dress definitely look soft even without PPing. They are not bad, but as I think back about some earlier model cameras those types of shots seemed a little crisper to me.