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Progress since the D2X


Montreal, CA
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Hammam Basic Member
Mon 29-Sep-08 12:25 PM | edited Mon 29-Sep-08 12:26 PM by Hammam

We know that the noise level has been dramatically tamed by Nikon with their new FF sensor, but I have just retouched some older D2X studio photos, and I am also amazed by how better today's D3 or D700's dymanic range is compared to the D2X's. I mean, if you were not careful with metering or positioning of the model, many pictures showed some sort of ugly yellowish burnt-out area on parts closer to the strobe, like a shoulder or leg. With either the D3 or the D700, the problem is much less severe. Well done, Nikon.