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D700 tryout

With my photo career growing, I decided recently that my trusty D90 wasn’t quite cutting it anymore, mostly because of its DX sensor format. Since I have an alpine trip to Chamonix coming very soon (I am actually leaving tomorrow), I finally went ahead and got myself a D700, a camera which I have wanted since it was announced back in 2008.

Here are a few of the shots I got in the first couple of days with it, including a bunch taken in the very dark climbing gym of Copenhagen, with ISOs between 4000 and 6400!

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2 thoughts on “D700 tryout

  1. Hi, I recently changed camera because my old d80 stopped working. I really like d700 but I finally bought a D7000 that allows shooting with iso 1600 – 3200 with high quality although is DX format but it is much lighter than a D700. I know that camera d700 is better than D7000 but not felt could be a great choice for mountain photography for its lower weight similar to the d90 and a sensor superior to d90 in high isos?

    Greetings and congratulations for your work, your book remote exposure and your web.

  2. Hi, I recently changed camera because my old d80 stopped working. I really like d700 but I finally bought a D7000 that allows shooting with iso 1600 – 3200 with high quality although is DX format but it is much lighter than a D700. I know that camera d700 is better than D7000 but not felt could be a great choice for mountain photography for its lower weight similar to the d90 and a sensor superior to d90 in high isos?

    Greetings and congratulations for your work, your book remote exposure and your web.

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