Forgive me, for I have sinned...

Discussion in 'This or That?' started by SRHEdD, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. SRHEdD

    SRHEdD Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Feb 24, 2011
    Viera, Florida USA
    Real Name:
    I bought a D7000 and 18-200 on

    I'm going to flirt around with it for a week or so, see if I really miss a DSLR. Such an impulse buy, but it gets great reviews. I thought it would be best to go back into teaching with the same sort of camera my students will have, but the more I thought about it, it might be a nice awakening to them to see other photographic tools... like m4/3!

    I dunno, looking for an excuse I guess...
  2. alans

    alans Mu-43 Veteran

    Feb 28, 2010
    No problem, it's an excellent camera with a lot of great lenses available. I'll give up my m43 before I give up DSLR.
  3. Grinch

    Grinch Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Jan 9, 2011
    Don't forget to reacquaint yourself with the chiropractor, you haven't been doing any heavy lifting for awhile.

    Any gear is good gear, it's just a question of what it will cost you.
  4. Ned

    Ned Mu-43 Legend

    Jul 18, 2010
    Alberta, Canada
    As long as you're keeping both systems, how can that hurt right? :)
  5. dcassat

    dcassat Mu-43 Veteran

    Nov 16, 2011
    Don't ask for forgiveness until you are willing to change your behavior! :daz:
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  6. dijitil

    dijitil Mu-43 Rookie

    Feb 7, 2012
    Santa Rosa Beach, FL
    If you decide you don't like the D7k send it my way. :D
  7. Wolf

    Wolf Mu-43 Veteran

    Jan 14, 2012
    the D7000 is a great camera and will make better photos then 4/3 esp when there isn't much light.

    it's a burden (heavy... big...) to take with you and m4/3 gear is a lot more fun to use
  8. robertmwilliams

    robertmwilliams Mu-43 Regular

    I too have been flirting with a new DSLR (in my case a 60D) over the last 2 weeks.
    I found there was just nothing a DSLR was providing, at least for my type of photography, that my e-pm1 was not (except of course for external controls).
    In fact I was really missing the sharper images that the e-pm1 was providing even with the kit lens.
    But the biggest issue, for me, was that I was just not having as much fun taking pictures.
    The size and dissatisfaction with the sharpness/focus of the images made using the DSLR more like work.
    Luckily I was able to trade the 60D for a Oly E-P3 (thank you craigslist) and all is right once again :smile:
    Good luck with your D7000, it seems a great camera.
  9. xdayv

    xdayv Color Blind

    Aug 26, 2011
    Tacloban City, Philippines
    Real Name:
    a lot of us here use two or multiple systems... don't worry, enjoy! keep clickin'... :biggrin:
  10. foto2021

    foto2021 Mu-43 Veteran

    Nov 5, 2011
    SE England

    I'm glad I moved from Nikon DSLRs to m4/3, but I would dearly love the dynamic range of the D7000 in an m4/3 body.

    The D7000 has about 4 stops more DR than any m4/3 sensor.