Nikon D700 Reviews
Product Type: Nikon digital cameras
Description:Model ID VBA220AE / Nikon D700 - Digital camera - SLR - 12.1 Mpix - body only - supported memory: CF / With the D700 there's no compromise ... more
Nikon D700 ... between price and capabilities, with a comprehensive array of cutting-edge technologies and features.
So no matter what, when or where you're shooting, in low light or high contrast conditions, the D700 is tailor-made to help you get the shots you want, every time.
Newest Review: ... to a crawl- there's a reason the professional d4 'only' has 16mp. More megapixels is nice for landscape shooters needing ... more
Price Comparison for Nikon D700
A guide to various features of the D700 - a high - end, semi - ...
Last Update 06.12.2013 07:25
Darrell Young Mastering the Nikon D700
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Customer Nikon D700 Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/01/13 (Somewhat useful, 26 readings)
A lot of people think the d800 replaces the d700, it doesn't, if anything they're both separate product lines and the d800 is the replacement for the d3x 36 mp is a lot of pixels and it can fill up your hard drive pretty quickly and bring your computer to a crawl- there's a reason the professional d4 'only' has 16mp. More megapixels is nice for landscape shooters needing maximum detail, and big cropping- but really sometimes you don't need that many and the d700 sits in the sweet spot of low light image quality, af performance, and at a fantastic price. You can still make 30x20" gallery sized prints with this camera, and the AF system is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
At around £1700 this is for serious photographers only. Its quite large, and quite heavy without being uncomfortable to use for long periods of time, I shoot for hours with an 80-200 f2.8 lens (quite a heavy lens in itself). You can read all the specs marketing stuff yourself so I guess the most important things to mention are what I think this camera stands out for. Firstly the sensor, its a full size 35mm sensor which means that all of your lenses give you exactly the same view as they did on your film camera (remember those), your old 28mm lens is no longer nearly a mid-range lens, so you don't have to buy exotic glass to get a decent wide-angle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/09 (Somewhat useful, 25 readings)
The Nikon D700 is a terrific camera to use. I came from a cheaper and earlier Canon digital SLR and found the controls and buttons on the camera to be a great improvement over the Canon 5D I had previously. The high ISO settings available, and the full frame sensor, mean I can happily take indoor shots of my kids close up, outdoor action shots and landscapes, and all come out looking beautifully detailed and very professional in quality. The built in flash is handy to have for the 'catch the moment' shot when the light isn't quite right or you don't have the chance to set up the shot perfectly. I'd recommend a good quality kit lens to go with this at a minimum, and ... Read the complete review
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