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So I'm looking to add another camera body. I want to keep my D7000 and I'll use it mostly for wildlife (the cropped sensor lends itself well to it) and with the the DX lenses to suit.

 

I'll then go through my lenses and might sell off some of the DX ones that I will replace with FX ones for the full sensor advantage. Things like my wide zoom, 50mm and telezoom will be replaced and the 400mm Ill keep for the d7000.

 

The body I think Im going for is the Nikon D600 (http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d600.htm)

 

I'll prob post some images showing the effect of using DX lenses on an FX body as its useful to know. Also like Andy did, Ill show some differences in image quality and low lilght examples across the two.

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Bought it today :D

 

Nah, I've wanted one for a while. Wanted to have both DX and FX. The FX stuff is also good for landscape and portrait etc while I want to keep the DX for the wildlife stuff.

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Bought it today :D

 

Nah, I've wanted one for a while. Wanted to have both DX and FX. The FX stuff is also good for landscape and portrait etc while I want to keep the DX for the wildlife stuff.

 

Haha cool... so do you have it in your hands or did you order it on-line?

 

I remember the day my 5D MK III was delivered... felt like a kid at xmas getting a PS3 or something :D

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Walked out of the shop with it. Got the extra battery grip (will work with my D7000 as well) though not bought any lenses yet though I'm going for the 70-200mm f2.8 and the 14-35mm f4

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Walked out of the shop with it. Got the extra battery grip (will work with my D7000 as well) though not bought any lenses yet though I'm going for the 70-200mm f2.8 and the 14-35mm f4

 

Nice! :)

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