digitalcamerareview.com har testet det nye Nikon D700, et 12,1 megapixels Full Frame DSLR kamera.
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There’s the same 200-6400 standard ISO range found in the D3, with additional 100, 12,800, and 25,600 expanded settings available should the need arise, just like big brother. Other areas of commonality with the D3 include the 3.0-inch, 920,000 dot LCD monitor, two Live View shooting modes, multi-CAM 3500 AF system with up to 51 focus points, and 1005 pixel Color Matrix Metering II and Scene Recognition System auto exposure.
Actually, in comparing features and performance of the two FX sensor Nikons, it’s quicker to list the areas where parameters differ: the D3 offers a 5:4 image aspect option not found in the D700, along with dual memory card slots. The D3 viewfinder coverage is about 100 percent, compared to 95 percent in the D700. Focus screens differ slightly. There’s an “auto” active D-Lighting option in the D700. Fifty custom settings are available in the D700, versus 44 in the D3. The D3 can also shoot continuously at 9 fps at full resolution, compared to 5 fps in the D700 (without optional battery pack). Built-in flash for the D700, along with in-camera dust reduction. Different standard battery power sources and a 300,000 cycle-rated shutter in the D3 versus 150,000 cycles in the D700 round out the differences.´