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Hi there ...this is my first topic in this forum and I hope to get a reliable advice ....currently I am having D80 and my plan is to upgrade very soon to either D300s or D7000 ... I am little confused when I am reading the specifications I find them around the same while when I CHK the prices I find big difference ....
Looking forward for your advice and comments
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The D7000 from a legitimate source is on £80 Nikon cash back so around £800 after rebate from WEX, compared to about £999 for the D300s.
I use both - the D7000 has usefully more resolution, and is better for 14 bit files. The D300s has better build quality and better AF.
With the 24 MP D3200 just announced a 24MP "D400" at maybe £1,500 launch price is possible by the end of this year.
A D7000 is a good step up from your D80 and the option I would go for as you intend to buy soon.
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