Yes. The D7000 is very tempting. It doesn't help I'm becoming impatient with my current body. The D400 or D7K will be a significant upgrade for me. I'll probably compare feature sets between the D400 and D7K and see what's the best fit. One thing I haven't been able to determine yet is the bracketing features of the D7K. Anyone know off the cuff?
Who's waiting for the "D400" ?(27 posts) (20 voices)
From what I read the D7k allows 2+/- stops of over or under exposure for bracketing, vs. 5+/- for the D300s. I think the cut off is still limited to 3 shots, vs up to 9 with the D300s. Small things about the D7k like that tell me that we will see a D400, DX format camera.
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