Goodbye To The Nikon D300

Overlooking Karitane

Although it was introduced way back in 2007, the Nikon D300 DSLR is still very much fit for purpose.

So it was with a certain amount of sadness that I recently decided to part company with my D300.

Why you ask, get rid of a sturdy workhorse such as the D300 – especially one with only 5,100 shutter clicks on it.

Well, I just wasn’t using it as much as I should have been or could have been.

So It’s Goodbye To The Nikon D300!

Having recently decided to move to a mirrorless micro four-thirds Lumix G95 camera, it was difficult to justify keeping my Nikon DX-format DSLRs.

So the Nikon D300 has already gone to a new home – and the D5100 has got its bags packed and is also ready to move on.

And as a parting salute to the D300, I have decided to post a gallery of some of the last images I created with it.

Enjoy – and, as always. your comments are welcome.

 

All images were shot with a Nikon D300, mated with a Nikkor 18-200mm zoom lens, and processed in a trial version of On1 PhotoRaw 2022.

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