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post #21 of 27
He said that he can get it for $475, the kit D5100 goes for $900
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post #22 of 27
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He said that he can get it for $475, the kit D5100 goes for $900
Ah, that clears up a lot then
post #23 of 27
Yeah, He's in a good position with that D3100, if he likes it and whats to upgrade, he can sell it without loss and upgrade to something like the d5100 or 7000.
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post #24 of 27
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Yeah, He's in a good position with that D3100, if he likes it and whats to upgrade, he can sell it without loss and upgrade to something like the d5100 or 7000.
If that's the case, personally I'd stick with the D3100. For the same price as the D5100, you can easily get a D3100 with the 35mm f/1.8, possibly even a 55-200m VR.
post #25 of 27
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The D5100 is debuting at $1,000? Doesn't leave much room between it and the D7000!
Very very little price difference. It's a no-brainer i think.

OP: if you will be making videos, be warned that the 3100 has a max length of 10 mins for 1 clip.
post #26 of 27
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Very very little price difference. It's a no-brainer i think.

OP: if you will be making videos, be warned that the 3100 has a max length of 10 mins for 1 clip.
In my opinion, it's still a decent length of time. Most people are a bit too ADD to sit through a clip longer than two minutes anyways, and is a far cry from the overheating issues with the D90.
post #27 of 27
Its ok if youre not going to condense 2 hours of footage into a few minutes like one member on here planned to.

Most stuff is cut together anyway
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