#45. "RE: D7000 vs D700 vs D3x" In response to In response to 44 Thu 10-Feb-11 12:41 AM by Robman3
West of Santa Monica, US
Suggestion, use the mirror up setting and try these shots again at a lower ISO, 200 perhaps as it's bright daylight and the higher the ISO the more detail is lost as I understand it. IF the shots are dramatically underexposed after WB, (EV steps) then move up the scale in ISO.
I have shot a few stellar landscapes with the D3S, and D7K in the same ambient light and both sets of capture are well managed although one lens was 70-200 f2.8, the other 24-70 f2.8.
I do use MUP when all things are still and absolute detail is the goal.