>I know that you are an excellent photographer, but frankly, I >can obtain comparable quality images with my D7000 and a good >lens. This is not a good case for the D800. Unless, maybe, >if you are shooting underwater. Again, I know that you do >great work. That is why I am very concerned with what I am >viewing from the D800.
I have read a few times on here people comparing the D7000 high ISO capabilities to the D800 and all I can say is that my D7000 high ISO sucks compared to my D800. I have my D7000 set to never shoot higher than 1600 because anything above 1600 is not usable for clients to me.