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Linze Brockmeyer

Nikon Digital Cameras

I am about to entry into the digital photography area. I have been a photographer for some thirty years. I have a Nikon 35mm system so I want to buy a Nikon digital body that is compatable with my AF lenses. I have looked at the D100 and the D70. Which is best and what are ther differences?

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5/11/2005 10:18:03 AM

Michael H. Cothran   Digital cameras are not quite the same as film cameras when it comes to model longevity. I still own and shoot with F2's. However, with digital I believe you're always better going with the current model. The D100 was a great camera a few years ago, but is outdated today. The D70, which is probably a notch or two down from the D100, is much more current in its electronics and software. I'd opt for the very latest version of the D70 as my first digital camera. All of your AF lenses and accessories will work with it.
Michael H. Cothran

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5/11/2005 11:53:11 AM

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