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Unread 11-06-2012, 09:56 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by SolarTempest View Post
Yeah, other things like ergonomics and functionality is more important. =)
Honestly, my experience so far suggests that Nikon is a less ergonomic than Pentax, at least this D7000 compared to the K-5. Not really enough to care about though. The Nikon has some things that I like about it more such as being taller so my pinky has somewhere to go, dual SD card slots, and a replaceable screen cover.

I would say the sync speed is an important piece of functionality, as well as maximum shutter speed, sensor format, and other somewhat technical aspects that define the unique qualities of a tool besides size and ergonomics.
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