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Nikon D700


robert5 13 81 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2010 8:58AM
Thinking of trading in a nikon D300 and nikon D200 with drive for the nikon D700 would love a D3 but can not buy at this time so i wemt for the in between nikon D700 . so does any one have a D700 to let me know what they think.

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miptog 9 3.5k 61 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2010 9:11AM
Have you got the D700 already, or are thinking of buying it. Confused as you say you went for the D700 and at the same time thinking of trading in for it?
gary.d 12 134 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2010 9:12AM
I have all three and the D700 is head and shoulders above the other two. I regularly shoot at very high ISOs and I generally don't need to worry about noise. I wish it had 100 per cent viewfinder but other than that it's brilliant.

There are rumours of an imminent replacement so that should bring a few more onto the used market and drop prices.
12 Feb 2010 9:52AM
I've recently switched to a D700 & D200 from a Canon 5D & MkIIn.

I love the Nikon gear, took me a few hours to get used to the D700, i find the ease of use, dynamic range and quality outstanding, really outstanding. I went for an older 18-35 ED lens for ultra wide shots and in truth should have gone for the better 17-35 but just couldn't afford the extra, I hunted around for 3 lens's to replace the equivalent i used on Canon and picked all 3 up for less that 600, one being the 18-35, so in truth it doesn't owe me much, works great shut down.

jk
peterjones 12 4.0k 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2010 10:30AM
The D700 seems to give more consistent focusing and exposure and AWB isn't bad at all; one warning the D700 is fragile in anything like damp weather; mine got damp and it wasn't covered under guarantee! 600+ for repair.
15 Feb 2010 12:00PM
Up to about 800 ISO the D700 (or D3) do not give better sharpness or resolution than your D3 - so do you shoot a lot at high ISO's?
Trade offs switching from DX are less reach (which can be a plus or minus), less depth of field for the same viewfinder crop, greater cost, and loss of file size if you use DX lenses.
15 Feb 2010 12:23PM

Quote:Up to about 800 ISO the D700 (or D3) do not give better sharpness or resolution than your D3 - so do you shoot a lot at high ISO's?
Sorry - the comparison should be with the D300, not the D3.

DiegoDesigns 8 117 6 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2010 2:29PM
I have kept my D100 (it's not worth anything to anyone) sold my D200 and bought a D700 several months ago. Because I had a large number of Nikkor lenses from the film camera days, it wasn't a problem for me as everything fitted and took advantage of the full frame sensor. I guess it depaends on what gear you've already got. As far as quality is concerned though - fabulous. All the best ~ Dave
bobbrooky 5 2 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2010 9:00PM
I have a d700 and the picture quality is excellent. When I purchased the camera I registered for the two year warranty. Not worth a carrot, Ive had it 18 months and a pin failed on the CF card connection. This is a manufacturing fault, but nikon uk wont have it. Sent me a bill for 105 to repair. Its a pity that such an excellent camera is produced by such a penny pinchin company!

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