Apologies, if I'm in the wrong place, I have used this site intermittently before so may need guidance as to which is the best forum. However, my main question is relating to 'What is a good Nikon camera, to begin photographing weddings with? As a bit of a background to assist, I have for many years used film and still do almost all the time (current camera's include Nikon F3, Minolta Dynax 7 and 9, and a Mamiya RB67) in addition to digital I have been a Sony A100 user, since they came out. However, I'm not ready to commit to the new translucent sensor technology, as it is still new, and as Sony have stopped making standard DSLR's I'm reluctant to commit the the A900 if that is the end of the road for Sony Dslr's. I have been asked to photograph a number of weddings later in the year and next, I realise that one digital is not a good idea, and hence I am thinking of changing platforms to Nikon and have been looking a the D7000 as the my first digital Nikon. Probably to use as them main camera to begin, supported by the A100 if need be, although i recognise all the issues with lenses and flash I have a full compliment of these for the Sony, I would look to get these for the Nikon as soon as practical. I have also looked at the D800, but that for the time being is a little out of reach. So the question really is do you thing that the d7000 id an adequate camera fro weddings, whilst supported with the Sony and the RB for the portraits and art photo's - if the time allows. Many thanks for your thoughts.