>Steel on target Stan! The never ending discussion about >non-existing cameras (D400) vs. cameras nobody can get yet >(D800 and D4) is humorous. All I know for sure is that my >D700s enabled me to handle three newspaper assignments this >weekend and are capable of images none of my nearby >competitors can get due to the high ISO capability. But... >some of the most exciting images in my web site, which all >have been shot since my introduction to digital photography in >2003, were shot with a Nikon D1X and they still excite me. To >paraphrase a politician -- which I hate to do -- "It's >the pictures, dummy!"
I agree with most of your comments, but one. D700s? Did I miss something?
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