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  1. #11
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    Re: D810 or.........................????

    If you are looking at full frame, have you checked out the D610? It's an often overlooked body that is terrific. The recent price cuts have the D750 almost on par with the D610 though which would made the D750 a better value. BUT the D610 is still a fantastic body.

    You don't say where you're from, but B&H has the D750 on sale with some lens/body combo options. If you are shooting interiors for real estate, then you will definitely need something wide--anywhere from 14mm up to 20mm generally work well to fit most interiors in images.

    You can register your gear free through Nikon. I don't know if they keep track of stolen items, but it wouldn't hurt to ask. Maybe at some point your things will be registered with a new owner--maybe Nikon would be able to track it, but I don't know.


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    Re: D810 or.........................????

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    If you are looking at full frame, have you checked out the D610? It's an often overlooked body that is terrific. ... {snip} ... If you are shooting interiors for real estate, then you will definitely need something wide--anywhere from 14mm up to 20mm generally work well to fit most interiors in images.
    I agree. I'd look at a D610. And with the money you save, look at a wide angle PC-E lens used or new.





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