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    Angry D810 or.........................????

    Hello All....I've been reading through the forums for a while but never post......what wealth of info! thanks to you all. Realtor here and did finally get to buy/experience D7200 (which just recently got stolen ) I am now looking for a replacement camera (ok to message if you have you would like to sell). I do take a ton of interior pics where light can be a little challenging and also exterior pictures. Will getting the D810 be too much of an overkill for my use? thanks all in advance for the help....


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

    Quote Originally Posted by KingInPB View Post
    Hello All....I've been reading through the forums for a while but never post......what wealth of info! thanks to you all. Realtor here and did finally get to buy/experience D7200 (which just recently got stolen ) I am now looking for a replacement camera (ok to message if you have you would like to sell). I do take a ton of interior pics where light can be a little challenging and also exterior pictures. Will getting the D810 be too much of an overkill for my use? thanks all in advance for the help....
    Remember that your lenses for the D7200 may or may not work with a full frame camera. You need full frame lenses. If you do decide to go with full frame check out the D750. Works great in low light and file sizes are a lot more manageable.

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    D750***D7100***24-120 f/4 ***70-300***Tamron 150-600***Tokina 16-28 f2.8***50mm f/1.8***Photoshop/Lightroom CC

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

    Is there any kind of registry for stolen Nikons ? Sorry to hear of your loss.

    I really like my D750 and even it is overkill for my skill level, but the 850 is starting to drive the prices of used 810's and new 750's way down to about the same money.
    D750, D90, D100, Nikon 1 J5
    (Once owned: EL, F2AS, D50, D200, D300s, and D7100)

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

    My lenses are also all gone, though I do have my serial number. I am now starting to look at D750's....its fun looking again. keep it coming guys/gals!!!!!!! thanks

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

    I'm biased towards the D810, but primarily for the way it feels in my hand. I had the opportunity to spend about 4 hours shooting with the D750 before I gave the D810 a try, and did not like the way is felt in my hand after long times spent shooting. Since I primarily shoot events, this was important to me. Having spent time with the D610 (and D7100) previously, the ergonomics of the D750 had changed and it just wasn't comfortable.

    My recommendation, try to rent any body that you're considering and get some time with it. Does it feel natural, comfortable in your hands when you're using it the way you shoot? It also gives you an opportunity to try out different lenses to see what works before you buy again.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas View Post
    Is there any kind of registry for stolen Nikons ? Sorry to hear of your loss.

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    All of my cameras/lenses are registered at Lenstag.com. It's free.
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    Re: D810 or.........................????

    Quote Originally Posted by KingInPB View Post
    My lenses are also all gone, though I do have my serial number. I am now starting to look at D750's....its fun looking again. keep it coming guys/gals!!!!!!! thanks
    If you have the serial number(s), sign up at Lenstag.com and list it as stolen.

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

    I do have a devil of a time finding the serial number on some of my old lenses. With some effort, most reveal their number.

    Still looking for it on my super cheap Nikon 70-210 push pull. It must be there since there is a website that catalogs and comments on lenses by S/N.
    D750, D90, D100, Nikon 1 J5
    (Once owned: EL, F2AS, D50, D200, D300s, and D7100)

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

    Never ending....since I have no lens I am now thinking just going with either D750 or D810. Have read several comparison on both but still undecided....leaning a little to the D750. This will be for real estate photo shoot for the most part.....hellllllllllllpppppppppp decide :-)

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

    Quote Originally Posted by KingInPB View Post
    Never ending....since I have no lens I am now thinking just going with either D750 or D810. Have read several comparison on both but still undecided....leaning a little to the D750. This will be for real estate photo shoot for the most part.....hellllllllllllpppppppppp decide :-)
    Real estate, so shooting on a tripod. More megapixels the better, IMO.

    I still recommend renting or otherwise shooting with both, see if you feel more comfortable with one over the other. A good photog can make either body sing when it comes to real estate, so itís more important which one works for you.


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