Nikon D7100 or D600?

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      AvatarJordan
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      Nikon announced the D7100 yesterday, which is their new top of the line DX-format camera. With all things considered (price/quality of body, kit, lenses..etc), What would you go with? D7100 or D600?

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      Jordan – I'm a video guy, so based on the relatively moire-free video performance of the Toshiba sensor in the D5200:

       

       

      Compare that with the moire-prone D600:

       

       

      Unless you're really in love with full frame shallow depth of field, I would go with the Toshiba sensor in the D7100. The $1197 D7100's price is $800 less than the $1997 D600, it has a headphone jack like the D600, and its weatherproofed body quality is just as good.  A pretty good value for money, in my view.

       

      Good luck with your decision!

       

      Bill

      Hybrid Camera Revolution

       

       

       

       

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      AvatarJordan
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      That's more than likely what I will go with. I have a D3200 now, and that way I can keep my lenses and just upgrade the body. 

       

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      AvatarLeo Martinez
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      [quote=jclaverie]

      Nikon announced the D7100 yesterday, which is their new top of the line DX-format camera. With all things considered (price/quality of body, kit, lenses..etc), What would you go with? D7100 or D600?

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      I have read some reviews and they say both are nice…but since all the photographers I am following are CANON users, I would choose CANON.l.

       

       

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