I hear ya. But as viewers go through these images, I'd like them to keep something in mind. NONE of these images are shot on motor drive. These are all single shot. And it goes back to my thoughts on shooter vs camera. If you know how to shoot, the D800 is a FINE camera. Clearly it's not perfect. But if you can't get compelling photos with it, check your ego at the door and examine your technique.
>Perrone, thanks for all the information you have provided on >the D800. I am waiting on delivery of mine, hopefully in the >next week or two. >I have used film and digital cameras for sports and hand held >pictures and I adjusted to the frame rate and other camera >limitations (also my limitations) to get the pictures that the >customer required. Would I like a high. ( 4+ ) frame rate, yes > - would I use a high frame rate, sometime - do I need a >high frame , no. Thats just my take on fps, I think I will be >satisfied with having 4fps. Others my need more , if so buy a >camera with more.