Thank you and she is sitting in a box on the shelf. I have been way to busy shooting important stuff to risk not being 100% comfortable with its strengths and weaknesses. I am so attached to the d3s because it feels like an extension of my body lol
Ahhhhh, I see. Niko really wants one, but says it's burst rate is too slow for sports photography, but might consider getting one if he ever moves into glamour more seriously. As for me, my little D7000 is more than I need. And really, despite the fact it's a crop sensor camera, it's really crisp with the right glass. Although rumor has it, the D600 entry level FX camera is just around the corner for a rumored $1500.00. Depending on how the reviews are, I may sell the D7000 and move over to FX. They are saying it's the D7000 with a full frame sensor, and that sounds cool to me.
LOL!!! Yeah I know what you mean. It's the whole, "it's the photographer, not the camera that makes the photo" saying. I agree completely. If everyone just took a good shot then posted it, it would be just another photo. In my opinion, it's the post process work that takes a good photo and makes it legendary. And of course theirs proper lighting, etc, etc.