I like my 5100 more than my D7000.

Started Dec 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
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jimmybob Regular Member • Posts: 153
Maybe a second opinion??
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sworth wrote:

I upgraded from the D200 to the D7000 recently, and I immediately was getting razor sharp shots. I handed my camera to a friend who shoots with a Canon pocket camera and for the life of him, he couldn't get a sharp shot out of it. You have to "work" it with a D7000. It isn't set up for point and shoot.

I think the vast majority of all quality control complaints about camera equipment is user error. It's like someone used to driving a Kia stepping into a race car and ten minutes later saying, "There was something wrong with that car! It headed straight for a telephone pole!"

I've often wondered, of all the people that were having problems (especially those that went through multiple bodies), did they actually let someone else try their camera? What I mean is lend it out for a day to allow a good test.  I think most of us know one or two people shoot DSLR, why not a second opinion?

The D7000 just seems to be one of those beasts that either you love or hate, with no in between.

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