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What about your D5100 do you find lacking? My rule of thumb is to update lenses before updating the camera body. Sure, you can upgrade your camera, but in order to really get the best performance out of the camera, you have to put higher quality glass in front of it. Better glass (when used correctly) will yield better image quality on existing bodies than ...


Since nobody else has said it, I'm going to suggest that your lens is possibly damaged and is no longer necessarily in focus when the camera thinks it is. I say this because I see two problems that I don't think can be accounted for otherwise. The first image shows significant diffraction veiling that shouldn't be there unless it was an exceptionally hazy ...

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