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Upgrading from Nikon p900 (1 Viewer)

I have had a p900 for Nearly a year now and I want to upgrade. I am thinking about getting a Nikon d7000 with a sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 DG OS HSM second hand (hopefully get the pair for £550-£600) and see how it get on, I have seen some post saying that this pairing can be dodgy with autofocus but some said it would be be fine, any information on how this would perform would be appreciated, or any advice on gear for the same price or slightly higher, thanks. Callum.
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