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  1. Hey members of SP. Im looking for a d300 as a second body to shoot with. I found a decent one on craigslist for 500 dollars near my location. I am currently shooting with a d7000. I like the d7000 but at the moment 6fps isn't cutting for me especially with skateboarding and other sports events, its way too slow for my liking. But i also don't want to purchase the camera for an extra 2fps... what are your opinions on this camera and do you think its a good idea for getting it. Current gear: NIkon D7000 Tamron 70-200 2.8 Tokina 11-16 2.8 Nikkor 50 1.4 Bower Fisheye 8mm 2 Yn-560 flashes with cowboy studio triggers.
  2. I'm debating between picking one of these up for my d300 within the next few months. I just started looking into the 18-35mm tonight. From what I can tell there doesn't appear to be much of a significant difference in quality and sharpness. The versatility of the zoom would be nice but ultimately I want to go with the faster lens here. I'm really torn between the two right now. Is the 35 1.4 AF much better? I would assume the 1.4 is also better in low light and I know could still use it should I ever decide to get a full frame camera (though I'm 99% sure that won't happen) I enjoy shooting portraits too even though I don't do it often. I imagine the 35 1.4 would be better here, but 18-35 seems capable of producing nice ones at 35 1.8 ? Right now my number one used lens is my 50mm 1.8, and my 10.5mm fisheye. Any input would be appreciated! Otherwise I may just flip a coin.
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