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Old Monday 1st May 2017, 13:09   #1
shrek48
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full frame?

Hi all,

I need to replace my Nikon D7100 and I would like your opinion on full frame or cropped. I like Nikon so thinking about the D600 or 700 do you have any better ideas about the same price?
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Old Monday 1st May 2017, 16:12   #2
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If its bird photography i would stick with DX bodies, i did have a D750 but missed the pixel density i had with my D7100,consider the D7500 if you dont want to spend the money the D500 is.
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I have the 610 and the 500. It's always the 500 for birds. I use the 610 for people and places.
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