I was using class 10 cards with 20 or 30 MB/s specs. Thanks to all this talk about frame rate and cards in connection with the D7100 I found out that there was a faster type card that my camera...
I think Nikon is serious about it.
It must be a design compromise. Hard to imagine that it is some kind of bug. It seems like every camera has to have a quirk - law of nature?
Thanks! It made me understand exactly what the system is for and what to expect from it.They did not "think V2" at that time at all, they had to create the V2 due to feedback. Ideally they should...
That looks great! Very cute bird :)
Some people have all the luck... ;-)This may persuade me that the time is right for the switch from APS-C to mFT; perhaps I don't need to go through another iteration. (Using Nikon D7000 now.)
Yes, of course it is much improved; but it is frustrating - if not irritating - to still have this seemingly arbitrary limitation.
How much do you want for the 7D ? :-)
Is that with jpeg or RAW?
I stayed away from RAW for a long time thinking that it would be overkill and a waste of time until I tried it last year with the D7000 (out of frustration with the poor results). It was an...
That sounds convincing to me.
I think so - on the D7000 anyway.
Are these 100% crops? If they are, at ISO 6400 they are amazing, and I would have to get one of those cameras! :-O
Good point actually :-O It supports faster cards than D7000!
Exactly same when I am trying to capture my three dogs playing in the yard!
Maybe they'll call it D8000 ? Just a hunch...
They look very good. Good degree of noise filtering applied.
Taking many shots instead of just one sometimes yields that perfectly sharp image. VR is also very helpful.