Nikon D7100 - the end of high-end DX?

Started Feb 21, 2013 | Discussions thread
mosswings Veteran Member • Posts: 8,578
Re: Nikon D7100 - the end of high-end DX?

JerBill wrote:

aarond wrote:

I've been pasting this comment everywhere. Nikon referred to this specifically as:

" a middle-class DX-format D-SLR..."

Interpret that as you see fit.

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Constant quarrelling, the childish fits,
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Not sure where that quote came from, but for what it is worth here is how Nikon's website currently reads:

"The new flagship of Nikon's DX-format HD-SLR lineup."

That's the US website.  The Japanese and corporate Nikon website describes the D7100 as its "middle-class" DX body.  The US is engaging in some flagship-for-the-current-moment hyperbole without checking with headquarters.  Given the D7100's buffer size, there's room for a D300s, though it would need an Expeed 4 or at the minimum greater processor horsepower to handle the increased framerate and resolution.

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