New d7200

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I finally pushed the button on a new d7200 to replace my d90 and to go along with my d750. After getting through the first crisis of updating my photo software (another thread), I can now concentrate on learning the camera. I actually pulled out my old 70-300 today and tried my requisite iguana picture. This is my first attempt. I'm looking forward to using the 80-400. So far so good :)

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Thanks for looking!
 
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Looks pretty good to me. I love that little camera. Some of my absolute best shots were made with that body. And quite a few with it on the 80-400 AF-S. Look forward to seeing what you do with it.
 
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Excellent photo, Dossy. You'll be very pleased with your new D7200 as it's quite a step up from the D90. I use mine alongside my D750 like you and most of the time it's hard to tell any difference in the pictures.

If you like the 70-300 range you'll love the newest version (AFP). It is quite a bit better than the older one.
 
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Looks pretty good to me. I love that little camera. Some of my absolute best shots were made with that body. And quite a few with it on the 80-400 AF-S. Look forward to seeing what you do with it.
Thank you Dan! I'm very excited to play with this new combo!
Glad he's in your neighborhood and not mine! LOL! No, seriously, this is a good shot and shows off the intriguing details of this guy..... You've got a winner in this new camera and the 70-300 seems to love it!
Much appreciated Connie! I have a strange love for these guys (there's just no accounting for taste!).
Excellent photo, Dossy. You'll be very pleased with your new D7200 as it's quite a step up from the D90. I use mine alongside my D750 like you and most of the time it's hard to tell any difference in the pictures.

If you like the 70-300 range you'll love the newest version (AFP). It is quite a bit better than the older one.
Thanks Jim! This is an easy travel lens and very comfortable on my new camera. I have to wait to pay off this purchase before considering a new lens!
 
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That sure looks good
Muchly appreciated, Randy!
The d7200 is a classic body
Nice Iggy shot. 'Wish we had a few up here. You'll love that D7200, it's all I've used for the past 3 years.
Thanks Bobby! As long as we don't have unusually cold winter months, we've got plenty of these guys around. I get to try my new cam out in the Cocoa Beach area in a few days. I'm excited!
 
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I too finally upgraded to the D7200 in November from a D80. Such a difference. Great photo by the way.

Are you using an FX lens on the D7200? I have mainly DX format lenses, but my 50mm 1.4 is an FX, along with my old film 70-300. I have been contemplating of upgrading the 70-300 to a VR G version or possibly going to either the 80-200 or the Tamron 70-200 G2. Any suggestions?
 
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I too finally upgraded to the D7200 in November from a D80. Such a difference. Great photo by the way.

Are you using an FX lens on the D7200? I have mainly DX format lenses, but my 50mm 1.4 is an FX, along with my old film 70-300. I have been contemplating of upgrading the 70-300 to a VR G version or possibly going to either the 80-200 or the Tamron 70-200 G2. Any suggestions?
Thanks Greg! I just upgraded my 70-300 to you the FX version, but I only had a chance to test it with my d750. It’s a great lens for size and price. I’ve been using the 80-400 on the d7200. The 70-300 should be fine.
 
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I too finally upgraded to the D7200 in November from a D80. Such a difference. Great photo by the way.

Are you using an FX lens on the D7200? I have mainly DX format lenses, but my 50mm 1.4 is an FX, along with my old film 70-300. I have been contemplating of upgrading the 70-300 to a VR G version or possibly going to either the 80-200 or the Tamron 70-200 G2. Any suggestions?
I just saw this. The new 70-300 AF-P FX is a killer lens if you are willing to spring for it. It's much better optically than the previous version and better built.
 

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