Sun 30-Jun-13 06:45 AM | edited Sun 30-Jun-13 06:57 AM by T42
I like my D700, but I'm very happy to see that the follow-on models D600 and D800 have 100% full frame viewing. The D700 has 95% in each axis, meaning that about ten percent of the information recorded at the sensor plane is not visible in the finder. That is not a pro camera characteristic, IMO.
I'm keeping the D700 as it does all I need. But if it suddenly disappeared, I would replace it with a D800 in a New York Second.
Edit: According to Dave Letterman, a New York Minute is the amount of time that elapses between the turning green of a New York traffic light, and the sounding of the horn in the car immediately behind you. It follows, then, that a New York Second is 1/60th of a New York Minute.