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Oct 28, 2011 11:16 |  #31

I got a 7D a few weeks ago, upgrading from a 550D. The 7D isn't really that difficult to get to grips with. Just read the manaul thoroughly and identify what bits you really need to practice on and give it a go. I'm as comfortable with my 7D now as I was after a few weeks with the 550D.


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Oct 29, 2011 08:05 |  #32

riotshield wrote in post #13319746 (external link)
I would personally get a D7000. That was the body I wanted to get until I discovered the 60D on the Canon Loyalty Program (refurbished for ~$680 after tax). The D7000 seems like a bigger bang for the buck than the 7D unless you are a dedicated fast action shooter.

I love my D7K it works for sports as well. The only issue is the buffer really and with the right card I dont really have an issue. The clearance rate is almost on par with the D300s and the FPS in 14 bit RAW is about 2 and half times faster.


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