As a D7000 owner. I am very tempted to go for the D750 and ignore the D7000's lineup.
Did you creap up on this person while he was sleeping and take his picture or did you get permission?
Still glad I bought the D7000 a few weeks ago! Besides more movie options I don't see anything I would want and I realized I like taking pictures more then making movies anyway...
kenju4u: Glad I bought a D7000 few weeks ago and didn't wait for the next thing to come out. I am not so sure that there will be a D7100 at this point because they totally skipped over it even though the D7000 is older and needed to be replaced before the D5100. Everyone was predicting the D5200 to be released in 2013.
According to reviewers the D600 is pretty close to a D7000 with a FX sensor. If a new model was build off 2 year old technology and Nikon is still replicating the D7000 in their lower end models, I don't see them coming out with a D7100 with something really new or different which blows even the D600 away.
According to engadget the D5200 is around $1200 dollars. I bought the D7000 with similar technology and even better in some cases for $800 a few weeks ago, why would I spend $1200 on the D5200?
New! Just the body of course from Amazon. Came with full Nikon USA warranty and in Nikon box.
Thank you! Feeling proud of myself as well.
Glad I bought a D7000 few weeks ago and didn't wait for the next thing to come out. I am not so sure that there will be a D7100 at this point because they totally skipped over it even though the D7000 is older and needed to be replaced before the D5100. Everyone was predicting the D5200 to be released in 2013.
Its amazing compared to my A200 but I am moving towards a Nikon because the A200 has bad noise 400 ISO and up. I wonder how this compares to a Nikon D7000 even though its not a full frame sensor.
straight out of the camera. No touch ups...amazingly sharp. Minolta 50mm 1.7F. Loving it!
Francis Carver: 24 MEGAPIXELS jam-packed onto an APS-C sized sensor????
Thanks, Nikon, but no thanks, dudes. Here is yet another camera that nobody had asked for and frankly, probably nobody really needs. Let alone John Q Consumer.
And that color scheme on the body -- pretty garish and almost painful for the eye, frankly.
LOL Red cameras just seem so toyish to be taken seriously. I think I would burst out laughing if someone took out a red camera to take my picture. But hey that would give em a good shot...
disappointing...I am looking to buy a DSLR in the near future but am stuck between the Sony A65, A77 or Nikon D5100. I would rather buy Nikon but i don't feel the D5100 stands up to what Sony offers in features yet I am waiting for Nikon to meet the challenge. This 3200 is not appealing at all...hope Nikon has something better to announce soon!
It is slower...i have noticed it too. The image adjustments seem to lag behind the changes I make through the dials.