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What extra features Nikon D300S offers over Nikon D7000? Or Why is Nikon D300S is more expensive than D7000?

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closed as not constructive by mattdm, jrista May 23 '11 at 23:49

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I hate to say it, but this question and the single answer provided exemplify the kind of discussions we wish to avoid. It boils down to a debate, and it beggs for poor quality answers like the one provided. I'm closing this as off-topic. If you do need hardware comparisons, there are much better sites with rich information, like DPReview.com. –  jrista May 23 '11 at 23:49
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I'd say this is less an argumentative issue and more a severe lack of searching Google. –  Nick Bedford May 24 '11 at 0:12
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It is genuine question on my part. And I don't think it to be off topic or leading to any arguments. When I compared the specs D7000 appeared to have more features than D300S, So the question is what is that this camera has which the less expensive one does not. Really felt bad by the response for the first question I posted, I better use Quora as my question answer forum than this one. Thank you. –  Sujit May 24 '11 at 3:09
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I honestly don't think this is very subjective at all -- there's a specific set of features that the D300S has over the D7000, and there's a pretty good reason why it costs more. It's okay to duplicate information here that can be found elsewhere. –  Evan Krall May 24 '11 at 4:10
    
@Sujit: in general, "what does this camera have that this other camera doesn't" are questions best answered by looking at review and camera comparison sites. I think you'd get a better response if you include what you put in the added comment — that you have compared the specs. That really makes it a different sort of question. –  mattdm May 26 '11 at 1:14
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There is a full comparison here DP review

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