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Wouldn't a 200mm f/4 give the equiv DOF as 135 f/2 on DX (way off topic) and be cheaper?Back on topic, the D7100 / D800 combo doubles your lens collection and the D7100 gives you 24mp on subject while the D800 only puts 16mp on subject in DX crop mode.
+1 on the 135/2 replacement on FX
I updated my Macbook Pro last month to a fairly well kitted out 21.5 inch iMac. 32GB of RAM and the 3.1Ghz i7 should handle the files, but I like to keep the RAW files on a hard drive for a good while just in case. I would probably have to spend a fortune on additional hard drives.
Bringing this thread back to light for a couple of comments.Bought the D7100 in September 2013 and I love it. Took some getting use to over the D300. Then in November 2014 bought the D750.I have been on vacation for 6 days and for two days had the D7100 with the 70-200 F2.8 around my neck and the D750+24-70 F2.8 on my shoulder. They really compliment each otherOne of the finer points I noticed when switching between cameras was the difference of the outer skin of both DSLR's. The D7100 outer material is smoother than the D750. The D750 skin grips my hands better than the D7100. It's a small difference but I really like the deeper better grip on the D750 Okay, I am being picky.It's not a huge negative, just a difference. Nikon needs to use the same material on both cameras.
Another best camera feature is the use of U1 and U2 controls...when you turn it on you know where you are and thats important to me...I just hope if we get a 56Mp its an upgraded D750 not a D810 but I think the chance of that is about zero !!