Each needed a fair amount of sharpening, though they were shot with my 70-300 VRII... not my sharpest lens (I had VR turned off because all were taken on a tripod) Three different focal lengths, for what it's worth. Not planning to sell my D700, as these seem decent, but definitely giving up on video. Dennis
#1. "RE: D7000 images posted" In response to Reply # 0
It's going to be interesting getting to know this camera. I already feel like I am going to have to up my game in the sharpening department because of the cameras high resolution. I find I am introducing noise when I sharpen if I am not careful!
And those DXO measured values for dynamic range of 13.9 stops at ISO 100 are astounding for this sensor.
#2. "RE: D7000 images posted" In response to Reply # 1
Indeed. I have to give it a whirl with a better lens, either my 24-70 or my 14-24. I bought the D7000 primarily as a backup to my D700 and wanted to keep the 70-300 on it for the reach. But I think I either need to look for a better lens or plan to do a lot of work in front of the computer. Seems odd, though.Best. D.