Stick or twist?

NPhoto - - Test Team -

If you own a D7100 or D7000, there are a cou­ple of things here which may tempt you to up­grade, es­pe­cially if you’re pri­mar­ily a sports or wildlife pho­tog­ra­pher and need a bet­ter burst depth, or if you of­ten shoot in low light and would like the higher na­tive ISO range. Oth­er­wise, it’s a trick­ier de­ci­sion as many of the fea­tures have stayed the same.

For those look­ing to move up the range from some­thing lower down in Nikon’s line-up, such as the D5300, this makes an ex­cel­lent up­grade – you’ll be familiar with the menu sys­tem, but the ex­tra but­tons and di­als and the 100 per cent viewfinder make it a plea­sure to use.

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