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D700 and Joe Mcnally

DKESLERFL

Miami (Coconut Grove), US
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DKESLERFL Registered since 21st Mar 2003
Mon 14-Jul-08 03:21 PM

http://www.joemcnally.com/blog/

This is one of my favorite blogs around not only because I admire McNally as a photographer, but he is also Nikon through and through.

If you want to go directly to the meat of this scroll down to July 2.
You will probably end up reading the rest of the relevant text above it because it is a very interesting and touching thread.

Regards,

Don Kesler

http://www.donaldkesler.com

Through the judicious use of adjustment layers, no pixels were actually harmed in the processing of my shots..

monteverde_org

Monteverde Cloud Forest, CR
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#1. "RE: SB-900 meat & skinny D700" | In response to Reply # 0

monteverde_org Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Nov 2007
Mon 14-Jul-08 08:08 PM

Thanks for the link but there's not much "meat" on the D700 comments which boils down to "a package that gets most of the way to D3 in a smaller, lighter body", it's more about a support rig on a truck.

OTH there is some nice meat about the hands-on SB-900 in the July 1 entry, not good for my NAS affliction.

I found it annoying that Adorama was mentioned 14 times in the page plus the 6 Adorama ads on top of it! I guess he is grateful to be amongst the first photographers to use the new gear.

G