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  Before deciding to buy D7100 i did think about FX and D600. Looking at a lot of the low-end features of it I was not happy with it enough. It does output great image quality, but things like AF at f8, 51 point AF, continuous shooting mode speed, flash sync speeds discouraged me from getting it. Not to mention the fact that I would have to replace 2 out of 3 of my lenses and that I see no real reason right now to go FX as a hobbyist photographer.
So I see you guys have not paid much attention to the new kid on the block. Since I have had my D90 for over 4 years now and was itching to upgrade to get even better high ISO performance and faster continuous shooting mode as well as a few other things, I pulled the trigger and pre-ordered a D7100. I hope to get it when I get back from leave on April 5th. I also added a Nikon 35mm f1.8 just for kicks as I have not hada prime in ages.
    Great 'enclosure'. You win :)
Meier Corda Classic.
Sound is exactly the same as omx is the same bud with just added earhooks
Nightwish Wishmaster; I spent hours upon hours listening to it at work when I first found them. One of the very few heavy metal bands that I never stopped listening.
Do you want it for music or videos? Music - option 1. Video - option 2. You answered the questions yourself, you just need to decide what is more important to you. I would choose F for portability and SQ.ś
What a funny discussion you guys are having. Everyone is 100% sure only his opinion is right. I would not agree with any of you. Both primes and zooms have their advantages and disadvantages and if anyone prefers one or the other it is just a matter of preference, nothing else. Some people prefer to use their feet for zoom (may be a bit hard in churches) and others prefer to do it with zoom lenses. 
  If your budget is $1000, than there is only one single lens you can buy - Tamron 70-200. Optically it is a great lens. LAcks IS/ OS/ VR, but that can be overcome with technique to some extent.    another one is Sigma 70-200, and if you get lucky, you might find a used one for around $1000. It is not as good optically as the Tamron, but adds IS and better build quality, even though the Tamron is not so bad in that department either.    Going up in Price you have the new...
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