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09-21-2009, 08:27 AM   #1
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TOP K-7 review PART II

some of my favourite reviews are coming from this site: miles ahead of the usual pixel-peeping IMO.

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some of my favourite reviews are coming from this site: miles ahead of the usual pixel-peeping IMO.
I agree !!
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Ah, well. TOP is top (mmm if that sentence even means anything )
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QuoteOriginally posted by lol101 Quote
some of my favourite reviews are coming from this site: miles ahead of the usual pixel-peeping IMO.

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Looking forward to Part III. TOP really is top, I've followed Mike since the 37th frame days.
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I can't say miles ahead of others, it's more like a day in the life of a photographer and a nice new toy! It's a nice perspective and optimism for all the camera can do for sure but for someone wanting the nitty gritty compared to others in the same class to help form a decision it's not swaying someone one way or the other.

As much as keep looking at a D300 something in my mind says just go with the K-7. Watching my friend shoot with his D300 and all the custom functions, quick previews/zoom, custom curves, large viewfinder, awesome grip, it just seems effortless. Now if he could do a head to head shoot out between the two.
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QuoteOriginally posted by F-Stop Quote
I can't say miles ahead of others, it's more like a day in the life of a photographer and a nice new toy! It's a nice perspective and optimism for all the camera can do for sure but for someone wanting the nitty gritty compared to others in the same class to help form a decision it's not swaying someone one way or the other.

As much as keep looking at a D300 something in my mind says just go with the K-7. Watching my friend shoot with his D300 and all the custom functions, quick previews/zoom, custom curves, large viewfinder, awesome grip, it just seems effortless. Now if he could do a head to head shoot out between the two.
I think it depends on the person, there is plenty of choices for everyone out there
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