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  1. #11
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    Re: Would you buy the D7200 again if making the decision now?

    You might want to take a look at this link:

    Nikon D7000 vs Nikon D7200 Detailed Comparison

    I fully believe this is enough upgrade to go from a D7000 to a D7200. If it was an original purchase, the D7200 would be the no brainer.


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  2. #12
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    Re: Would you buy the D7200 again if making the decision now?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbrent View Post
    If it was an original purchase, the D7200 would be the no brainer.
    I don't think anybody would argue this point. It seems to me that the question is whether the 1 percent better performance of the D7200 for street and daily photography, 2 percent for portrait, 3 percent for sports, and 8 percent for travel (where the higher resolution really shines), all per the comparison in the link, matter enough for the OP's photographic style and make replacing the D7000 a better option than buying the 70-200 2.8 G2.
    Nikon D700 - D500 - D7100 - 300mm F4 PF - 55-200mm F4-5.6 - 50mm F1.8 - TC-20E III; Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4; Tokina 12-28mm F4; Tamron 60mm F2 Macro; Yongnou YN568; Panasonic TZ101 (a.k.a. ZN100); Photoshop CS6 - Lightroom 6 - DXO Optics Pro 11


  3. #13
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    Re: Would you buy the D7200 again if making the decision now?

    I went on a photo trip with my son one day. Appx 1 1/2 hours away. I had forgot to put the card back in the slot. Luckily I always leave a spare in the other slot. I love having the two slots as forgetting my card is something I never worry about. LOL

    (I have a D7100) (Love my 70-200 2.8 also though)

  4. #14
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    Re: Would you buy the D7200 again if making the decision now?

    My advice would be glass first, body later. New bodies are fun, but a good lens usually makes more impact on your image quality, IMO.
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  5. #15
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    Re: Would you buy the D7200 again if making the decision now?

    If I had known back in February (when I bought my D7200) that I would be having shoulder surgery in June, I probably would have opted for a lighter body. Before the surgery, I was willing to heft the extra weight in return for the "ruggedness" of the D7200 body. Now it limits my time shooting.

    Also, although I like many of the features, I have spent countless hours reading the owner's manual and Darrell Young's book and still have a long way to go before I feel comfortable jumping from setting to setting. Maybe something with a few less bells and whistles would allow me to focus on the subject and not on "do I have everything set correctly?"

    Still, I love the camera and hope that when my shoulder is back to "normal", I can spend more time with the camera and get to the point where using it is more natural.

    Tough choice at the moment, but "Yes", I'd probably still get it.
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  6. #16
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    Re: Would you buy the D7200 again if making the decision now?

    Quote Originally Posted by john*thomas View Post
    I went on a photo trip with my son one day. Appx 1 1/2 hours away. I had forgot to put the card back in the slot. Luckily I always leave a spare in the other slot. I love having the two slots as forgetting my card is something I never worry about. LOL

    (I have a D7100) (Love my 70-200 2.8 also though)
    I've shot with empty slots on one occasion as well. And didn't have a spare in my bag. Very embarrassing.

    Jim Singler - D750 & D7200; 14-24 2.8, 24-70 2.8, 24-120 VRII, 70-200 2.8 VRII, 70-300 VR, 200-500 VR, 50 1.4D, 85 1.8G, Tokina 100 2.8; 3 SB-800s, SB-500


  7. #17
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    Re: Would you buy the D7200 again if making the decision now?

    The D7200 is the best all round DX camera and the only reason to change would either be a D500 for its focused purpose 10fps (sports action and/or wild life) or the D850 if you are moving over to full frame. The D7200 with Tamron's new G2 holy trinity lenses will get you into the best quality for the buck especially since in many cases they out perform the equivalent Nikon glass. Recommended of course is at least one quality prime....
    Nikon D7200, DTSE MB-D15 Vertical Grip, Samyang 8mm f3.5 Fisheye, Nikon AF-S 10-24mm f3.5/4.5 DX Ultra Wide
    Nikkor 50mm f2 Manual, Nikon Kit 18-140mm f3.5/5.6 Kit Mid, Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD Tele,
    Manfretto 055XPROB Tripod, HW804RC2 Head, Nikon SB-800 Speedlight, Godox AD600M Studio Flash.





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