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 Post subject: NIKON D40X
PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2011 10:04 am 
Hi

Can anyone advise me on a replacement for Nikon D40X ?

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I think more than a one liner is needed to answer that!


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like for like in the model range - D3100


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or if you want a bigger body with different features, the D5100


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or there's always the D7000


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but I'd skip over the D300 / D300s at the moment


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and then if you want full frame, there's always a D700


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or the D3/D3S


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but they might be replaced soon


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and don't even get me started on Canon


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Or Sony, Pentax, Olympus


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Or Fuji, or even Leica


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So maybe you might add a few specifics, like budget, what you shoot for subjects, what lenses you have (to see if you've bought heavily into Nikon) etc, and then we might be able to narrow things down just a little! :D


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Additionally, you could also replace it with a brick. But that will make it very hard to take pictures.

As Phil said, we need a lot more info :)

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whoa

Micro 4/3rds


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