+1 to that. and to increasing shutter speed. I raised the sharpening level in Post from what I used on previous cameras and suddenly my D7K images (shot in raw) started to look like I expected them to. It also helps to use a higher sharpening value in camera if you check image sharpness on the rear lcd. Nikon software will recognize the higher sharpening value, so your images shouldn't look soft on the monitor, but you still need to sharpen in post processing to achieve optimum sharpness. The D7K has a pretty steep learning curve, but once you figure it out, the camera will produce great images.