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Saturday, November 1, 2008

Nikon D700 - will it ever end?




Well, just when you thought the Nikon D300 would be all the camera a serious amateur could ever want, Nikon comes out with the D700! This is basically the Nikon D3 full frame technology in the D300 camera body. B&H has them for sale here. I've bought a lot of camera gear over the years from B&H, and have always had good luck. If you're ever in New York, stop in their store. You will feel like a kid in a candy store!

Anyway, Scott Kelby seems to like the camera. You can read his review here. He felt like you get the benefits of the Nikon D3 without the cost ($3000 vs $5000). It's also a little smaller and lighter (35 oz vs 43.7 oz). If you need a full frame digital camera, and can't afford the D3, this just may be the ticket! Ken Rockwell is also enamored with the camera. His review can be found here. Thom Hogan also has a nice review of the D700 here.  And Shun Cheung at photo.net has a very thorough review here!


7 comments:

Settecase said...

Hey, like the blog. Great work. Question: are you the ChicagoMike that is on Flickr with the same name? If you are, I am a big fan of your work. You can check out my photos by clicking on my Chicagolanding weblog (the link is in my name), or by looking me up on Flickr. User names: settecase, settecase2 and settecase3

Keep up the good shooting.

randiman said...

i love Nikon, they are really good

WONDERWALL said...

ya nikon is good but if you know about cannon then telland tell who is best in photography

Austin Parkar said...

I am a big fan of Nikon Cameras. I have D60, D90 and now i plane to buy D5000 with 70-300 lance.

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In photography, there is always room for improvement. And also, with the constant evolution of technology, digital cameras are bound to improve..

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Music Photographers said...

Lots of great camera advice. I love your work, man.