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  1. #41
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    Re: D7000 Pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel View Post
    With the grip, you can get a few more images per second when shooting in "high continuous mode".
    Hi Marcel. Actually while this is true for many grip and body combos, alas it is not true for the MB-D11 and the D7000. No increase in fps whatsoever.

    All the other points you brought up were spot on. I use the D7000 with the MB-D11 and I never take it off - I love the added stability and comfort it provides (especially when using heavier lenses).


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  2. #42
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    Re: D7000 Pics

    I take it the MB-D11 is the grip for the D7K? There are three different ones.

  3. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by megan.e.arlitz View Post
    I take it the MB-D11 is the grip for the D7K? There are three different ones.
    That is correct. This is the only Nikon grip made for the D7000.

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    Re: D7000 Pics

    Cool. Again thanks for all the info.. You may get sick of me asking questions.. I just want to learn and get things right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megan.e.arlitz View Post
    Cool. Again thanks for all the info.. You may get sick of me asking questions.. I just want to learn and get things right.
    Not sick at all of your question Megan. That's what were here for!

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    Re: D7000 Pics

    thanks

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    D7000 Pics
    A couple sunset pics from last night.







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    Re: D7000 Pics

    D7000 Pics














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