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Alex_Mustard

Member Since 16 Jan 2003
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In Topic: D7200 is here. Different enough?

Today, 07:49 AM

I am expecting D7100-D7200 to be a smaller step than D7000-D7100, but don’t know yet. Hoping it fits too - see nothing to suggest it won’t at this stage. 


In Topic: D7200 is here. Different enough?

Today, 01:04 AM

I have not tried the D7200 yet. But I see this upgrade as similar to the D800-D810 or D610-D750. Same megapixels, but better AF and new Expeed 4 processor. 

 

The result, I believe will be greater than the sum of the parts. The D750 is a big step from the D600. I have not shot the D810 underwater yet, but Adam Hanlon has said that he loves his - it really solves all the niggles and rough edges of his old D800. 

 

Often these less headline grabbing "evolution" upgrades are actually the ones that yield the really great products, more so than the new generation, revolutionary upgrades. 

 

All that, though is pure conjecture when it comes to the D7200 - as I stress I am yet to try one on land or underwater.

 

Alex


In Topic: Are you happy you changed from DX to FX?

Yesterday, 12:42 AM

The Nikon 16-35 is a extreme sharp lens but difficult to find a port not creating soft corners.

Consider that you will need the best lenses to get the best out of your FX camera!

Chris

 

 

And this is exactly why I have been developing an optical port for rectilinear wide angle lens:

 

http://wetpixel.com/...showtopic=54681


In Topic: My first magazine... and a brochure!

02 March 2015 - 11:26 AM

Nice one, Stoo!


In Topic: Will Nikon D7200 fit straight in D7100 housings

02 March 2015 - 02:36 AM

I think my first chance to see the D7200 (without buying one) will be at the UK Photography Show in a couple of weeks, but I am not sure I can be bothered to carry my housing around the show!

 

So hoping someone will try is soon. Looks identical - so should fit in all.

 

Alex