Excerpt: We do a lot of out-door shooting and one day we had 3 hours of heavy rain while shooting for a project documentation. All the time was the external GPS sensor connected by cable. The camera was drenched wet. Taking off the sensor and lens, opening all flaps and leaving the body to dry up over...
Summary: • Crop sensor--for a few hundred dollars more, you can get a full-frame sensor with similar features. But you'll need full-frame lenses.
Pros: • High build quality (magnesium alloy, as opposed to plastic), feels "right" (hard to describe good build quality, but you know it when you see it)
Cons: • Slow buffer (it goes 6 frames per second, but only for a second or two in raw--it has to write to the card before it will let you take more photos) As I don't do sports photography (at least for a living), this does not matter to me