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  1. #11
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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikonewbie View Post
    So a D7200 body and macro lens is the best upgrade for me? would I notice the difference going FX?
    Yes, and No...


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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post
    Having said all that, if you want a camera that'll last, without going full pro, your only two options are the D500 and D850. These cameras have the pro build in a consumer body.
    Both the D500 and D850 are pro bodies according to Nikon (the model names are hyperlinked to Nikon's web site). The D5 is called an FX Flagship body and the D850 an FX Professional. The D500 is called a DX Flagship body so it's in the same category as the D5. The D500 and D850 are excellent choices without the price tag of the D5.
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  3. #13
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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Both the D500 and D850 are pro bodies according to Nikon (the model names are hyperlinked to Nikon's web site). The D5 is called an FX Flagship body and the D850 an FX Professional. The D500 is called a DX Flagship body so it's in the same category as the D5. The D500 and D850 are excellent choices without the price tag of the D5.
    blah blah blah blah blah blah...internet semantics...great crap post that adds nothing to this discussion.

    Again, the D500 and D850 have pro build in a consumer body and are the ones OP should be looking at since he mentioned built to last.
     
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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post
    blah blah blah blah blah blah...internet semantics...great crap post that adds nothing to this discussion.

    Again, the D500 and D850 have pro build in a consumer body and are the ones OP should be looking at since he mentioned built to last.
    Well, a post that's both rude and uncalled for. Welcome to my Ignore List.
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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post

    I'm also a gun owner and photograph my weapons. Have you purchased or own a tripod and flash?
    yes..

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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Upgrade from D3200 to ??
    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post
    blah blah blah blah blah blah...internet semantics...great crap post that adds nothing to this discussion.

    Again, the D500 and D850 have pro build in a consumer body and are the ones OP should be looking at since he mentioned built to last.
    As I mentioned in my post, the model names are hyperlinked to Nikon's web site. THEY call the D850 a Professional FX body. If you want to split hairs over semantics, do it with them. I just wanted the OP to have the correct information.

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  7. #17
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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post
    blah blah blah blah blah blah...internet semantics...great crap post that adds nothing to this discussion.

    Again, the D500 and D850 have pro build in a consumer body and are the ones OP should be looking at since he mentioned built to last.
    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    Well, a post that's both rude and uncalled for.
    I agree, C_m_T I appreciate the info but that was a bit over the top and I hate to see that done to hark being he's always replied to my threads and has helped me. I don't want this to sound like I'm brown nosing a Mod but like I said he has help me in the past & I hate to see people that are trying to help get treated this way.

    C_m_T I do appreciate your help as well.

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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikonewbie View Post
    I agree, C_m_T I appreciate the info but that was a bit over the top and I hate to see that done to hark being he's always replied to my threads and has helped me. I don't want this to sound like I'm brown nosing a Mod but like I said he has help me in the past & I hate to see people that are trying to help get treated this way.

    C_m_T I do appreciate your help as well.
    Donít worry about it Nikonewbie. Iím sorry this happened as a response to your question.

    To everyone, letís move forward and get this thread back on track.
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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post
    blah blah blah blah blah blah...internet semantics...great crap post that adds nothing to this discussion.

    Again, the D500 and D850 have pro build in a consumer body and are the ones OP should be looking at since he mentioned built to last.
    I think you were a bit rude with your response, we try to stay civil and not denigrate our fellow members. Please do consider this as a warning.
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  10. #20
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    Re: Upgrade from D3200 to ??

    The D7200 might feel better in your hands if you are used to the D3200. I have never heard anybody complaining about the build quality of a D7200 or it not lasting. It won't have the heft of the D500 or full frame cameras, though.

    D7200 with a great macro set-up would take you a long way. I can't speak about full frame or mirrorless because I haven't used them. I always suggest people go to the local camera store and put several models in their hands, because you have to like the way if feels and fits your hands, and look through the viewfinders to make sure you like that as well.

    Good luck. I don't think you can go wrong with any of the crop sensor models as far as image quality. The D500 does not have a pop-up flash and has 2 size card slots and is marketed for wildlife shooters. The D7500 has only one card slot and is kind of the D500-lite from what I understand. The D7200 does not have a tilt screen. So, you have to decide what features are important to you.
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