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Hi Dear JamieThanks for your review.Regarding the new job of Nikon,it is necessary to admit that "It is really a great work of technology"In almost all DSLR s we suffer mainly from the noise in high ISO which corrupts the image tottally and all the manufacturers still are fighting with this problem and apparently no solutions so far have been achieved though they claim that the problem predominatly solved.By D700 Nikon has shown their potential capabilities,so generally speaking sooner or later all manufacturers should concentrate on full frame CCD s or CMOS in order to get rid of tis nasty noises.In for example E3 Olympus although the image quality is quite all right but in higher ISO I mean higher than 800 those beautifull red and oringe balls start to damage the image! So the same in Canon 40D and even in D300 Nikon in high ISO.Any way we are waiting for other participants in the market to do the same job may be in the new standard which is called Micro Four Thirds developed by olympus and Panasonic by giving more room to the imager by eleminating the mirror and the mirror box.Thanks and Best RegardsShapour Va'zi Tehran Iran
Hello Jamie Harrison,You wrote at page 7: .... The image is a little warm for my liking (Hannah).Yes, thats normal without an embedded color profile. Below the same photo with a sRGB color profile.http://www.pbase.com/image/101...Regards, Jan
Hey Jamie,A few questions:1 - Did you miss the buttons labeled with the magnifying glass to get to full size images from thumbnails?2 - Did you set the self cleaning sensor to actually clean?3 - Why would you use daylight or flash preset with your studio strobes? You should shoot a custom preset!4 - Slow AF in low light, what are you comparing to? (Please note also that it is a Multi CAM 3500 module not a Multi CAM 300 module)5 - Vignetting, this is a lens issue, are you reviewing the lens (which is not a great one) or the camera?Overall a much better review than your D60 review, but please take the time to better acquaint yourself with a camera before writing a review. It is well known that most dust reduction systems dont work awfully well (Canon and Sony being dismal compared to the Olympus).
For your information, Jamie no longer works for TrustedReviews.
FYI, Peter Burian has also recently published both a Nikon D700 review and a comparison review of full frame DSLRs (D700, 5D Mk II, A900): http://www.photocrati.com/niko...http://www.photocrati.com/comp...
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