comparison isn't a worthy trophy to d7ii (ie. their 2 very different prizes)
d7ii is a toolbox, in fact, fuck that (or if you're somewhat posh... f**k that) consider it a multi purpose swiss army knife that adores the french for the pompous use of croissants yet admires the Danish for the bridges.
Regardless of how you make sense of what i have said, it's a confusion that shouldn't be compared.
I offer this piece of genuine advice as a long-term-user, as mostly what i've said up till now was conceivably bollocks... (i know nothing about Danish bridges!)
d7ii is like Lego or Meccano, it's not ready 'out-the-box', you build it, you test it - you rebuild it, you mess it up, you fix it, you retest it, you add to it... and than perfection, but of course you're "odd" or a Tech, you'll be annoyed that the bricks aren't the same colour on the 2nd row so you'll break it to rebuild, than you test it and add to it and put some sort of LED or flashy thing in it. You'll then answer some forum question that explains the simple joy of using d7ii.
Am fairly confident that is no help at all, but suffice to say, our company has become somewhat reliant upon d7ii, if only for the reporting aspect of it. We use it on 80-85% of machine that come through our door and hit our benches and often wonder... "what the f**k was we doing before it" (or if you're not posh... what the fuck!!!)
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