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Serious Photogs, Help! Nikon/Canon Shooters

Journal Entry: Thu Feb 4, 2016, 4:25 PM

Ok, the time has come to update my gear and I  am trying to decide whether to go full frame or not.  So, I'm asking for help/suggestions on what I should do here.  As some of you know, I used to repair and sell Pro camera gear, mostly Nikon lenses and bodies, so I am, as of right now, a Nikon shooter.  But I do not want that to influence any responses from Canon/Sony/Whatever shooters, I am open minded to everything.  A quick look through my work and you'll see that I am about equally as serious about landscape as I am macro.  



The jump to full frame will make macro in the field somewhat more difficult as my magnification ratios will be pushed back due to the larger sensor.  But if I stick with Nikon I could always keep my backup D3200 to use as a dedicated field macro lens, which I have no problem doing.  Mainly, I do want that larger field of view that full frame offers as I think it will greatly benefit my landscape work.

 



Right now I'm thinking a few things.  If I stay with Nikon either a D600/610 for full frame, or a D7100/7200 crop.  If I were to take on the undertaking of switching brands then I am only really interested in stepping into Canon's full frame line, and my only real option, as of now, is a 5D Mkii.  Don't know though, as I said I'm open to suggestions.  




As any serious photographer knows if I either step up to full frame, or over to Canon, either move is going to be a serious undertaking on my part as I will also then have to sell all of my crop frame or Nikon gear.



 Updating gear is one thing, swapping brands or sensor sizes, something entirely different.  




Help me out!  Give me your suggestions!  DA has always been a great place to do this as I'm honored to be among the group of dedicated photographers here!  





 



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Ancient--One Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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Great gallery - your macro work is fascinating!
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Cheers for faving my Hellsing piece ^_^
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