Nikon D90 or D300
I suspect Nikon will be bringing out a more ‘affordable’ full-frame (36x24mm sensor) SLR some time soon. The F700 is £1700, and the D3 is £3k+!!! A, ‘FX’ model about the £1000 mark would be the dogs. Then, I could use all my lovely old lenses at their proper focal lengths.Posted 9 years agostevemakinSubscriber
If you really only want image quality at low iso’s then consider a 2nd hand D2xs, its still considred to give the best image quality of all the APC sized sensor Nikons, for what its worth I use both a D2xs and a D300, the D300 is a country mile ahead in the higher iso stakes but for landscapes I still use the D2xs.Posted 9 years ago
id prefer good quality throughout the range to be honest and not sure id sacrifice lesser image quality at higher iso for better images at lower iso its just that i find myself taking a fair amount of pics in low light and on the d40 i feel that with care pics at 800 are fair but at 1600 tend to be pretty bad. if you wouldnt mind id be interested to know more of what you think of the respective bodies though, email in profile if thats more convenient btwPosted 9 years agoloraxSubscriber
i think i possibly may have represented myself? im looking for an upgrade from my d40, it wouldn’t be for a while but i was wondering what people thought of different bodies. i def dont have specific projects to shoot for, a quick look on my flickr should assure people of my (lack of) quality!Posted 9 years agovinnieMember
For me I have a nice selection of glass.
Sigma 28-70 F2.8 Nikon 80-200 2.8 Nikon 50mm 1.4 Sigma 70mm 2.8 macro Tamron 200-400 F5.6
Nikon 18-200VR 1.4x convertor and 2x convertor.
I would still like nice fast ultra wide and been thinking about the Sigma 50-150 F2.8 plus a couple more flash guns.Posted 9 years ago
and the Sigma 10mm would be nice to play with.
I have a nice selection of glass.
yes. yes you do.
yeah glass is first priority. hows the sigma 28-70? nikon 16-85 is awesome range but id want a 2.8 🙁
-bought a cheap 28 already got a 50 so once ive used those properly ill have an idea of what fixed lens to put proper money behindPosted 9 years ago
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