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Quote:I have no need of the D7500, why? because I have the D500, so no, I will not be buying one!

Was this taken with Tamron G2?

Very nice photo Dave.


This shot might explain why the D7200 would not cut it for me, I had been going to the river regularly to photograph an egret who fishes on the river, one day 'Bingo" I got him catching a fish, two shots with the fish at the end of his beak, one as the fish was going in his mouth (shown here) and no more...1/2 second it took!

For all those days sitting by the river I got three/four images of the "catch" and only one with the fish entering his mouth and that's at 10 Fps.

Would I have caught the moment with the D7200? probably not, with the D7500? I may have done, maybe not.... but I got the little bugger with the D500.


After all that time sitting by the river for weeks I would have been gutted if I missed it!


So yes I "do" care about an extra 2-3 Fps and a whole lot more about 4-5 Fps!


20 Fps would be nicer. Wink Rolleyes
Was this taken with Tamron G2?
Very nice photo Dave.

 

  Thanks Borisbg!


 

  Yes the new and very much improved G2!


Uggh---

 

    I've just found out the D7500 "has not" got an in-body focusing motor.....
That is fortunately fake news, Dave Smile

-- Markus
Quote:Uggh---

 

    I've just found out the D7500 "has not" got an in-body focusing motor.....
Ughhh-- now you find out that it does have one.
 Fake news from Tony Northrup then!!

  

 

   In the 12th minute........   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHDL51Jg3kc

 

  In fact it's the Ai aperture coupling ring which has been sacrificed, the camera at least retains the screw-drive motor!

 

 

 

 

 OK I've just ordered a six pack of F7500s!   Wink

 

  OT. Anybody seen Tina S doing Moonlight sonata 3rd movement....Utube?   Amazing!

Tony stating things that are not entirely true? Who would have thunk it!

Quote:Tony stating things that are not entirely true? Who would have thunk it!
 

 A Jack of all photographic trades no doubt! 
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