Previous camera was a d80 and chose now to renew my equipment. Chose not to take the step up to full-frame then I do not think that the difference in picture performance equivalent to the price difference. This choice I made before I bought the camera, in other words not worked with images from the camera.
The house did not disappoint me. The difference between d80 and this is so much so that you really should not compare them. The speed of the camera and all functions are totally superior. Any "missed" images depends entirely on myself when I fipplar with the camera. Set the camera right and do as you should, the result cannon. My D80, I experienced almost always wanted to overexpose the images a bit if you listened to what the camera wanted for settings. Easily solved with make up, however, but this is in 9 of 10 cases absolutely right in what the camera suggests. Only in the conditions with rapidly changing light that you need to adjust depending on what result you want.
Can recommend a purchase.
The lenses I've used so far are:
Though the Nikon AF-S DX 35mm f / 1.8 G, perceived focal length of 52mm.
Nikon AF-S 70-200mm f / 2.8 G IF-ED VR II, perceived focal length of 105-300mm.
After driving easier with Nikon SLR (D60 / D3000 / D3200) for several years so worth it to invest in this, and what a difference!
Incredibly nice to work with and the images are great! Found nothing to complain about even with the camera.
A really good camera at a reasonable price, only to buy if you want to get professional-looking pictures of hockey or other sports. Very pleased.
A terrific camera! It has everything you could wish for. Fast and precise autofocus. You can push the ISO rate is soaring and the pictures are still really good. A cannon product! Better get there with DX sensor!