#12. "RE: D700 - To FX or not to FX - DX is the question!" In response to In response to 0
Looking at your lens inventory, I believe it makes little sense for you to change to a FX camera at this point. A much better approach would be to exchange your DX lenses for some high quality FX lenses. Generally, FX lenses work very well with DX cameras, since the DX system only uses the center section of the lens which is usually the sharpest. In my opinion, the IQ of your captures is much more affected by the quality of the lens than by the camera. For example, the IQ of a picture taken with a D70 and a 70-200/2.8 will generally be of higher quality than an image taken with a D300 and an 18-200 VR or similar.
I got an 70-200/2.8 when I had my D70 and the 24-70/2.8 when I had the D200. I only changed to the D700, since I wanted to make full use of the beautiful Nikon 14-24/2.8. During the past five years I have not encountered a zoom lens that is equal to the three f/2.8 zoom lenses and they are the best lenses for the new high resolution D600 and D800 cameras.