Started Oct 13, 2012 | Questions thread
toucan Regular Member • Posts: 221
Re: D7000

digitalman4242 wrote:

I have a D7000.  I recently started shooting weddings.  And I notioced indoors with low light moving objects blur alot.  Even with the shutter around 200 or a little higher.  Just people moving.  I shoot with a 85 1.8g.  I was thinking of selling it and upgrading.  What would help me out more with moving objects in low light if I got a D700, D400 or D600??

I recently purchased a D7000/ Nikkor 500 F4 VR lens combo and have made mention of the following in the lens forum... I am getting disappointing results with the D7000 and photos are particularly soft in anything less than ideal light. I take bird photos, keep shutter speed above 1000 @f4 ISO200-400 wherever possible. I was getting sharper results from a P&S attached to my spotting scope so am disappointed to date. Disuader to upgrading the camera is the low burst speeds of the higher spec Nikon FX models.

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