I have to say that even at £1600 I think its probably overpriced, as Raymond says the D750 is a much better value.
I wouldn't say they're dead yet but I suspect its only the higher end (D850 and D5) that will ever see another update now.
I have to say though for someone starting out - the value in FF DSLR kit just now is unreal, certainly the used values of some stellar bits of kit have fallen through the floor, £650ish for a D750 is incredible for a camera that really isn't a slouch v similar newer models, the D810 as well for...
Don't discount the 3rd party 24-70 f2.8 options either, the original Tamron 24-70 f2.8 is slightly smaller and lighter than the Nikon but also has VR - it was almost always on my D750/D800 when I was a Nikon user, its also fairly cheap used - potentially as low as £400.
I should clear that up - I really meant that I felt their used to be a feeling that Tamron stuff was better, before the Art Line of glass (which is better than even some of the Canon, Nikon stuff).... not so sure its the case now.
I think traditionally Tamron were seen as "better" than Sigma up until the Art line of lenses was introduced, their primes are close to if not equal to the equivalent Canon, Sony and Nikon glass.
Tamron do tend to be more focused on Zooms rather than primes too wheras Sigma have done the...
I read that its been developed for mirrorless rather than DSLR to Mirrorless like the others - possible Canon RF / Nikon Z mount later?
In saying that based on size you'd think it wouldn't be too hard to make a NIkon F or Canon EF version..
I use the Western Digital 4TB HDD for backup and find it to be excellent, the battery last for ages and its great being able to just stick the SD Card in, hit a button and let it backup.
It can be set to either do a full backup of a card each time or incrementally back-up.
I use it when I go on...
They look pretty good, I imagine that $1500 for the 35 f1.2 will translate to £1500 though - it better be good for that kind of premium!
I've got a Netgear D7000 that's given me no real issues over the last 3 years - WiFi is pretty strong and it supports plugging in a USB Drive, not sure if you can use that for Time Machine though but I'd imagine that as long as the Mac can see it it would work ok?
This (for me anyway) is game changing, the new Beta works really well (Beta 1 I found a bit buggy and went back to iOS 12 for a few days) - the new Multitasking is great, External Drive support makes life so much easier, mouse support (which I thought would be crap) is actually very good - it...