Many professional photographers are making a living with the D300s, which helps justify the current $1800 price tag, and the D300s is serving them very well. Amateur enthusiasts have an option with the D300s as a professional tool that is within reach of many budgets.
The D300s is not without its flaws though. A couple of downers, which may vary in gravity depending on your needs, are the lower frame rate with 14-bit RAW image capture and the elevated noise at higher ISOs.
There’s no doubt that the D300s is worth recommending with these minor caveats.
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