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  1. #21
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    Re: Any full frame owners going to pick up the D500 just for the speed ??

    Quote Originally Posted by DraganDL View Post
    Though I am not a full frame owner, I'd like to have this one in my collection. Main reasons being extremely high ISO and a 4K video. These features, combined with a flipping mirror, make the D500 a good choice for videographers and photographers shooting indoors, especially...
    The D500 isn't full frame either ... or
    have I misunderstood you?


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    Re: Any full frame owners going to pick up the D500 just for the speed ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Blacktop View Post
    I'm basicly with @BackdoorHippie on this. FPS not important as much as buffer size. Anything would be better than the D7100 in that regard.
    ISO and reach yes. If it would get me close to the D750 in the ISO department then I might consider it. Unfortunately for me, I would not be able to keep both the D750 and the D500, so it's really a mute point. I didn't realize how nice it was to have a backup camera until the D750 went down. But it's nice to have dreams.
    Surely your wife will lend you her D500 when she gets it
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    Re: Any full frame owners going to pick up the D500 just for the speed ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Deezey View Post
    The D500 will replace my D90 when it dies. But it's not a desire or want right now.


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    The way they built D90s it may be a long wait
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    Red face Re: Any full frame owners going to pick up the D500 just for the speed ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence View Post
    The D500 isn't full frame either ... or
    have I misunderstood you?
    No, it is a DX. But I would own it rather than (almost) any FF... I believe, the author of this post had mentioned "ff owners" because the D500 belongs with that price range (for the time being, that is)...
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  5. #25
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    Re: Any full frame owners going to pick up the D500 just for the speed ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence View Post
    The D500 isn't full frame either ... or
    have I misunderstood you?
    Original Q was directed to full frame shooters.
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  6. #26
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    Re: Any full frame owners going to pick up the D500 just for the speed ??

    I love it each time they introduce a new model. Simply the older models price fell. One day the D4 would cost under $1k. Isn't that great?

    Of all the features, ability to shoot at higher iso is what I love most. It means I don't need a big lens to shoot at the speed I need.
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