Not what I was expecting and certainly not worth all the money I spent.
I seriously think a bullock cart would run faster than this camera. The camera might look attractive, but is too heavy and there is nothing special about the pictures clicked by it. The resolution, lenses are no where near to perfect. There are far too many modes and rather than helping the photographer, it ends up confusing that person. Need I say more?
I recently bought DSLR D7100 and in complete awe of this camera. The pictures it clicks are legen…Wait For it…dary ( as Barney Stinson would say it). The resolution, sturdy lenses, multiple effects, low light performance is the most notable features. Friendly features and the brilliant modes are out of the world.
Did not live up to the hype built around it!!
The awesome deal that I got in this DSLR doesn’t compensate the fact that the performance of this camera is worse than rest of the lot that are available in the market right now. Why did I ever listen to my boss and how on earth did I let him talk me into buying this piece of crap? There is a list of things wrong with this camera, but what I hate the most is its sloppy picture quality, far too many modes( I still can’t figure out which mode is best for clicking portraits or the one that is effective during low light conditions.)
Stay as far as you can from this camera. I think the problem was with too much hype around this camera.
I am fully impressed with Nikon DSLR D7100 with Lens 16-85MM as it offers all the features I have always wanted in my ideal camera. Auto focus system of this camera is out of the world and thanks to this features I can actually photograph a tiger with absolute clarity without going too near him. Low light performance is another feature that has to be mentioned, otherwise it won’t be fair. Doesn’t matter now that you are clicking pictures at night; ones who see the clicks won’t be able to tell. Battery strength is just incredible. To be precise the stamina of the battery requires a standing ovation.