Pros A wide range of features. The body has a solid feel equal to the change of moving from a carbon bicycle frame to titanium. If you like exploring and mastering all of the features, you will be rewarded with amazing image captures.
Cons Once you take the time to get comfortable pushing this body to the body you will have you listing for a full frame (FX) DSLR form Nikon. (This is an amazing gateway camera body).
Summary If you are a part of the 5% that takes the time to use 99 to 100% of the features of an application or technology hardware, this is the camera body for you. This camera rewards you for moving the mode dial to manual and experimenting with settings. With enough time spent shooting and fine tuning the settings you will get amazing results. This body is made for experimental photographers that work with a wide range of styles.
Pros Good in Low Light
Dual Card system
Cons Video seems to be an issue but not for me as I have no personal interest.
Summary I used this camera for a day recently and was very impressed. The layout is good and I was impressed with the images taken in low light. This is certainly a good mid range SLR which holds its own with the Canon equivalents. I did notice a few occasions where the camera meter tended to overexpose slightly but that was easily corrected. That said the Nikon metering is overall very good.
Pros U1 and U2 settings. I use for U1 for outside and U2 for inside shooting so I don't have to change my Aperture, ISO or Shutter Speed separately, one click and is done.
Cons None I can think of
"Fantastic!"on by rswyers
Pros - Ease of use, follows other Nikon DSLR camera control layout and menu format.
- Great picture quality, both RAW and JPEG
Cons None, so far.
Pros High quality, sharp images. Fairly easy to navigate the features. Makes taking incredible pictures easy.
Cons I'm an amateur photography. This have everything I want or need in a DSLR camera.