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This review is from: Nikon D7100 13302 Black 24.1 MP Digital SLR w/ 18-140mm VR Lens
Pros: Excellent photo quality
Controls are easy to find and adjust
Feels comfortable even when holding for extended periods of time
Feels rugged and well protected
Cons: Liveview adjustments-I don't rely on Liveview adjustments and if you read online one of the biggest if not the only gripe about this camera is the lack of adjustments you can make during Liveview. That being said, I only use it to review my photos.
Other Thoughts: Was jumping back and forth between this and the Canon 70D because my friend owns one and after some serious thought about what I would be using the camera for I came to the conclusion that the D7100 was the right one for me.
The picture quality is outstanding in RAW format and JPEG. The control dial despite having two locks is still easy to use and get acclimated to. I go hiking every weekend and I bring my D7100 with me all the time. Having some sort of weather protection to me is a must. I'm all about utility and I didn't want something I had to worry about if it began sprinkling or if there was dust in the air.
I'm also a purist, I don't make videos so I wanted the camera that offered the best possible picture quality and the Canon 70D just didn't have it. One thing you should consider, and its something that helped sway my decision towards this camera is the prospect of buying lenses. Canon lenses are more expensive overall compared the Nikon lenses. You can find more affordable lenses with superior quality from Nikon over Canon. A camera like this is an investment so you if you considering between the two please take the time to look at the cost of lenses because they don't lower in price as opposed to cameras. All in all I recommend this to anyone who wants a rugged, middleweight camera. Its comfortable to hold even on long hikes in my hand.
This review is from: DOLICA GS-300 Black Case for DSLR and Camcorder
Pros: Lens compartments
Lots of pockets
Zippers where you need them
Cons: Somewhat large but not really a con considering what it can hold.
Other Thoughts: I own a D7100 with two lenses a 18-140mm and 35mm and the bag is too big for what I have. I will definetely hold on to it though. When I get more accessories like a flash and another lens then it would make sense to carry it around. Overall its good quality for buck. The biggest plus is the amount of compartments and protection they provide.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming headset
Pros: The sound quality is great, and the wireless signal is pretty good, maybe its my house, but I can make breakfast while listening to music. Software setup is pretty easy but I rarely mess with it. I play BF4 and WoW and its awesome.
Cons: The arm that connects the ear piece to the head piece tends to break through the small area where they put a screw to tighten in place. Its broken once before and Corsair sent me a replacement. Its broken again in the same exact place again. I like nice stuff, and I'm extra careful with my nice stuff, but seriously this is the 2nd time in a little over a year now. Its not good enough for me to recommend to someone.
Other Thoughts: I'm going to resubmit another RGA for them, if they send me a replacement or something better then I will rescind this review, but otherwise save your money.READ FULL REVIEW
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