>I've been contemplating an FX format DSLR for some time, and >finally made the move. Today I received my new-to-me D700. >It's nearly immaculate in cosmetic condition and has a little >over 3000 clicks on it. I figure it's got many more to go. > >I will still be shooting my D300s, but I wanted an FX body for >low light. The D700 is supposed to be good for this sort of >thing, at least compared to DX format cameras. I shoot a bit >of wildlife and a lot of animals come out at dusk. I have an >F/2.8 Sigma 70-200 that I've been using on my D300s. I know >I'll lose the crop factor, but I'm expecting the better ISO >performance will help.
congrats on your new D700. 3,000 clicks it's just a baby
I still have a D300, I keep it around just for the 1.5 factor. In average to good light it's still an excellent camera and like you said, the grip is interchangeable between the two cameras.