Nikon D300/s still the best APS DSLR by a wide margin

Started Oct 1, 2009 | Discussions thread
John Pennington Senior Member • Posts: 1,016
Re: Nikon D300/s still the best APS DSLR by a wide margin

jonikon wrote:

Not true if image quality is most important. The Nikon D7000's 16MP sensor has more resolution, greater tonal range and less read noise than the 12MP sensor in the D300s. Yes, the D300s is very well built, but it may also be the heaviest APS-C DSLR out there and most amateur hobbyists, (like me), just don't need that level of build quality and would prefer the better image quality and lighter weight the D7000 offers.

The Nikon D300s may be the best camera for you, but I would not trade my D7000 for it.

- Jon

Good luck to you!

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