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The D700 does has the ability to do an in-camera multiple exposure. If you look at the image in ViewNX (free download from Nikon if you haven't got it loaded or can't find the disc) and select the image, then look in the Metadata tab, if it was a multiple exposure it will tell you under the Image Settings area. (note that there will be no comment if it was a single exposure).
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