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Is it wise to sell D300 and go 2 generations lower?

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  • Oct 19th, 2009 12:27 am
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Get a D3s, 14-24 and the new 70-200 VR II and call it a night...




...Then debate on whether you want to switch to Canon tomorrow.
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NuggyBuggy wrote:
Oct 18th, 2009 9:19 pm
Your original post says you found the 24mm to be too tight for indoor shots. This makes me think you're either confused or dishonest about what you want or need.

If you're going to figure this out, or if anyone is going to be able to offer you useful advice, you first need to be honest about what you want from your system. If you just want to play - and there's nothing wrong with that - that's one thing. If you are doing it because you found yourself ill-equipped to shoot a wedding which is just a hobby for you know (implying you hope for this to change ?) that's another thing. If you really want to go full-frame no matter what, that's another thing again.

It doesn't matter what other people tell you matters or doesn't matter. This is not science, and all that matters is what you want. But you probably won't get there unless you know what you want first.
Did you just read my mind :twisted: I was thinking the same thing while I was reading this thread.

So are you going with a used Canon 5D+EF 24-70mm f2.8L USM?

How much are you letting the Nikon Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f2.8G ED go for? :cheesygri
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I've seen 24-70 and 70-200 f2.8 L's goin for 1 -1.2k lately wtf.....
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Sell the D300, buy a D700.
Problem solved.

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