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Nikon D700 vs Nikon D800

Nikon D700 vs Nikon D800 - Here are a few comparision photos taken to show difference between D700 and D800 at f/16

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Nikon D700 in Digital SLRs

We already have full reviews of the Nikon D800 and Nikon D700 with our standard review photos that you can pull off and compare. But here are a few more photos, taken with a Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.4, lens set at f/16 to help give more reference to diffraction and resolution.

The cameras were placed on a tripod and the same scene was shot with each. Click on any of the thumbnails below to view the large versions. You can open two browser windows side by side and compare both versions.
D700Nikon D800 with 24-120mm lens - 3/4 view from right 

Nikon D700 pens and paper
  D700 ISO200
Nikon D800 pens and paper
D800  ISO200
Nikon D700 flower
D700  ISO200
Nikon D800 flower
  D800  ISO200
Nikon D700 shell
D700 ISO400
Nikon D700 shell
D800 ISO400
Nikon D700 cupboard
D700 ISO200
Nikon D800 cupboard
D800 ISO200
D700 Mask ISO200
D700 ISO200
D800 Mask ISO200
D800 ISO200
D700 Mask ISO25600
D700 ISO25600
D800 Mask ISO25600
D800 ISO25600

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Nikon D800 review here.

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Photographs taken using the Nikon D700

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josa 6 25 Czech Republic
17 Aug 2012 1:07PM
Yes there's a difference, if you blow it to 1:1...Tongue Not for me...

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Scottelly 5 35 United States
23 Aug 2012 1:17AM
This is ridiculous! Where are the ISO 1600 and ISO 6400 shots? I would write more than what this "review" has in it on a comment like this one. I am disappointed to say the least. And NO, the ISO 1600 and ISO 6400 shots in the original reviews don't cut the mustard. There are no side-by-side examples like these. The photos are of different scenes and subjects. The "standard" review photos are not after-all, "standard" in any way, when you look at those two reviews and try to compare the photos.

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