Joe did you see the D750 - v - D810 comparison makes interesting reading. For your work you could do with both !They sure have flooding the market with FF DSLR's interesting to see what it will be like, I would look at changing but the D8xx 36mp is still a major seller for me personally...
Don't tempt me & I personally think for now the D800 & D3 serves my needs and gets the job done, rather invest in better glass to be honest, I may consider the D750 in the future but realistically I would prefer to replace my D3 with a D4 and the D800 with a D9xxx or whatever the successor of the D810 will be...Joe did you see the D750 - v - D810 comparison makes interesting reading. For your work you could do with both !
for some of us its less relevantWonder what the D750 RAW buffer will be like, hopefully it is better than the D700 buffer at 8fps!
It's just a leapfrogging competition, Canon does this, Nikon the does this and vice versa. It used to be a new model every 2 years or so but now it's silly!Too many people wanting the latest kit Jim, I have a D800 and it sure as hell is not the camera that holds me back.
The D700 was launched 6 years ago !
Technology has moved on considerably. People have been asking for an upgrade for about three years. Nikon has listened to what the consumer wants. There is certainly truth in the old adage "you can please some of the people some of the time, but you can't please all people all of the time ! "
Agreed, a 400mm f/5.6 would sell well, A D750 or D810 on one of the would produce a excellent light weight lens, don't know why Nikon haven't made something like this before as Canon have there own version which sells well...I would love Nikon to produce a 400 F4 or F5.6 prime.
As good as the 300 F4 is, not bothered about VR TBH, i do believe that a 400 F4 or 5.6 would sell.
But the price of the new 80 400mm VR is almost £2k ……. twice that of the Canon 400mm f5.6 …… OK no VR but it is lighter and easier to use hand held …….. I think that it is a "big" gap that Nikon have especially now that there are a lot of guys interested in wildlife and sports ……… they could easily make a 400mm f5.6 or f4on the basis that Nikon make the excellent 80-400G I'd say its un-realistic to expect them to bring out another 400.
On the D750, IF the buffer is large then that will be my replacement next year...
D600 body and I'm outDuel sd slots and tilting screen and only 6.5fps (prob 8 with grip)going by the newest posts on NR. Still nothing mentioning the body size though. If they are stupid enough to release it in a d600 type body I would say its half dead in the water already. The 7dmk2 specs seem rather impressive too, I know its not FF and could well be the same 70d sensor but im not sure nikon could match it with anything they have in the other specs.. still on the same/tweeked af system as 6 years ago.