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Cast Your Vote:

    • D7000 refurb -- Votes: 2
    • D7000 used with Battery Grip -- Votes: 2
..... Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16079 posts
10th Feb '13
Ashlee♥ 3 kids; Puyallup, WA, United States 68168 posts
10th Feb '13

I can't wait to get my D7000!
Ahhh.

applelove 1 child; auburn, CA, United States 6529 posts
10th Feb '13

Do either come with a warranty, that is what I would get if those two cameras were my options.
I like canons and that is what I always use.

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16079 posts
10th Feb '13
Quoting applelove:" Do either come with a warranty, that is what I would get if those two cameras were my options. I like canons and that is what I always use. "


The refurb comes with a full warranty. The used one has very little warranty left.



And I'm by far a Nikon girl. Canon's feel so cheap to me.

applelove 1 child; auburn, CA, United States 6529 posts
10th Feb '13
Quoting Michael Westen:" The refurb comes with a full warranty. The used one has very little warranty left. And I'm by far a Nikon girl. Canon's feel so cheap to me."


Then I think I would get the refeb because you never know what could go wrong, and that would suck so bad to not have a warranty.

♥~Xan~♥ 2 kids; Durant, Oklahoma 4786 posts
10th Feb '13

Grats!



Personally Id go with the refurb. Do you feel like you need a battery grip?



And maybe the entry level Canon's feel cheap, but once you get up into the prosumer/professional levels its anything but :P

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16079 posts
10th Feb '13
Quoting ♥~Xan~♥:" Grats! Personally Id go with the refurb. Do you feel like you need a battery grip? And maybe the entry ... [snip!] ... And maybe the entry level Canon's feel cheap, but once you get up into the prosumer/professional levels its anything but :P"


I have used a 5DMKiii before. I didn't like it at all! Lol.



But once I do this first wedding here in June, I want one for sure... But to buy it separately it's over $200.

♥~Xan~♥ 2 kids; Durant, Oklahoma 4786 posts
10th Feb '13
Quoting Michael Westen:" I have used a 5DMKiii before. I didn't like it at all! Lol. But once I do this first wedding here in June, I want one for sure... But to buy it separately it's over $200."


Craziness.



Ah, okay. I dont like weddings at all, so its not an issue for me. Kind of changes things, haha. Cant help you much I guess :P

applelove 1 child; auburn, CA, United States 6529 posts
10th Feb '13
Quoting ♥~Xan~♥:" Grats! Personally Id go with the refurb. Do you feel like you need a battery grip? And maybe the entry ... [snip!] ... And maybe the entry level Canon's feel cheap, but once you get up into the prosumer/professional levels its anything but :P"


We have a few canons and I have a mid to upper level one I use most right now that I absolutely love, the quality of the photos and video is outstanding. It was a little less than $2,000(with the lens)



I have shot with a Nikon plenty, I did a fun engagement shoot with one a while ago and the photos were excellent.



So I think it's really about personal preference because IMO both brands are great. I use to use a Nikon for a short time in the early 90's then when cannon came out with the 35mm rebble I one back in the late 90's and I have stuck with them ever since.