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05-09-11, 07:34 AM
Join Date: Aug 2009
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I, too, would like to know your views on the OP's question.
I have got a D3100 and it was my entry into DSLR photography; it is a fantastic machine. However some things, such as the lack of auto exposure bracketing, frustrate me; I guess we need to ask why do we want to upgrade?
In many ways, it will be a long time before I truly outgrow what the D3100 is capable of - and for example, manual bracketing, while a pain, is not THAT hard. So I guess I'd like to turn the question around, and ask the more experienced among you, why, or at what point, SHOULD I consider upgrading, assuming I stick with a Nikon due to lenses already owned.
You only need to upgrade if your current camera doesn't meet all your requirements. Only you can decide that, and if the cost of doing so is a worthwhile investment. Noticed what you said about bracketing, but I hardly use this, so it wouldn't be a reason for me to upgrade.
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