I don’t often take pictures of birds, but it’s easy to overlook the birds in the wild if you aren’t there.
Even though there are so many beautiful birds that are out there, I prefer to use my Nikon D3s and other small cameras when I take pictures.
If you’re not sure about the best Nikon camera for birds, check out our guide on which Nikon D series cameras to use.
But when you have to go into the wild to photograph them, the Nikon D-series cameras can be the way to go.
I’ve been using Nikon D5s and D7s as my main cameras for many years now, but recently I switched to the D-5s because of the new Nikon D7100.
The new Nikon 7100 comes with a larger sensor and has a larger LCD screen than the previous Nikon D750 and D750 II.
The D-7100 is a little bit heavier than the D750 or D750 III, but the camera itself is still much lighter than any other Nikon DSLR camera.
The bigger sensor also means it can capture more light and it can record higher resolution photos.
If your goal is to take beautiful, high-quality pictures of beautiful birds, the D5 or D7 is the best choice for you.
If this is your first time shooting birds, it might take some time to get used to shooting birds with the D7.
You’ll need to spend some time shooting with your camera and adjusting your settings.
Here are the pros and cons of shooting birds using the D series of cameras.
Pros: Sharpest, best-looking camera in the D family of cameras Pros: Can shoot in low light and outdoors Cons: Limited battery life, lack of noise-cancelling capabilities Pros: Compact size and lightweight Cons: Can be hard to handle Cons: Battery life can be short, and the battery can drain fast, so it might be better to buy a new one