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Have decided to move from Olympus dslr to a nikon , having trouble deciding which one would be best suited for wiidlife and landscape . The ones i have looked are d300s and the d7000, have read the a replacement for the d300s is going to be quite soon , is it better to buy the d300s or the d7000 or wait and see the new ones first . Many advice would be great . ps. i'm going to buy Fx lenes with the camera i buy
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Buy a camera. Any camera...
And almost immediately - be disappointed. (Damn!! They replaced it!!)
The D300s is superb.
Buy it and be confident that it will 'deliver' - 100%.
It's successor has little room for improvement outside of increased sensor size (so what!??) or improved high ISO performance (discuss - after actually looking at what you actually shoot 90% of the time )
There is a consensus of opinion that Nikon are NOT about to replace the current series of bodies....
Buy now (Prices are excellent) - and start enjoying your photography.
What do you hope to gain by changing from Olympus to Nikon? Apart from smart-ass comments from Canon owners.
Looking to up grade from e520 and kit lenes , I have saved money to buy better camera and lenes but moving away from olympus as it looks very likely that they are not going to make any new dslr . The reason i'm looking at Nikon and not Canon is that after handleing both the Nikon's felt more comfortable in my hand
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