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Nikon D700 Specification & Features
The Nikon D700 is a full-frame DSLR camera features 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor, 51-point AF system, 3D focus tracking and two Live View shooting mode, ISO 200-6400 range that can be expanded from ISO 100 (Lo-1) to 25,600 (Hi-2), 0.12-second start-up speed, high-speed UDMA CF cards will allow recording speeds up to 35 MB / sec, Continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second, dynamic integrated dust reduction system, and a three-inch, super density 920,000-dot VGA color monitor.

The introduction of Nikon's new D700 may been one of the worst kept secrets in an industry with more leaks than the Titanic, but it is still something of a surprise so hot on the heels of the D3 and D300. Essentially a scaled-down D3 body and pressed into an approximately similar size as a D300, D700 is the first compact 'Nikon' professional SLR, and the segment of the market will compete with recently Canon announced the EOS 5D Mark II and Sony DSLR-A900.

The images of the D700 is pretty much like the D3, it welcomed shares 12.1MP full frame ('FX') sensor and a similar mechanism, so guess we will be almost identical. The main difference (in addition to being considerably smaller) are physical; have a different shutter (good for 150,000 exposures of more than 300,000 D3), different viewfinder prism (with 95% coverage) and a slower burst rate. You also lose the LCD rear information (no room for it) and a D3 in the two CF card slots, but you get a few extra features to soften the blow, a feeling most notably variable self-cleaning and a built-in flash. We'll look a little more depth at the differences between the D3 and D700 in a moment.

Accession D700 D3 as a fully professional official "model, it has the same tank-like build quality (although we are sure that pop-up flash will cause a few raised eyebrows) , and help you complete professional service from Nikon. And the price (about $ 2999) reflects this; anyone hoping for an 'affordable' semi-pro full frame Nikon SLR will have to wait until more production costs such as the sensor is greatly reduced.

Nikon D700 Key Features
* 12.1 megapixel full-frame sensor (8.45┬Ám pixel pitch)
* Image Sensor Cleaning (vibration) *
* ISO 200 - 6400 (with boost up to ISO 25600 and down to ISO 100)
* Also supports DX lenses, viewfinder automatically masks (5.1 megapixels with DX lens)
* 14-bit A/D conversion, 12 channel readout
* Same ultra-fast startup and shutter lag as D3
* Nikon EXPEED image processor (Capture NX processing and NR algorithms, lower power)
* New Kevlar / carbon fibre composite shutter with 150,000 exposure durability *
* Multi-CAM3500FX Auto Focus sensor (51-point, 15 cross-type, more vertical coverage)
* Auto-focus tracking by color (using information from 1005-pixel AE sensor)
* 95% coverage, 0.72x magnification viewfinder *
* Auto-focus calibration (fine-tuning), fixed body or up to 20 separate lens settings
* Scene Recognition System (uses AE sensor, AF sensor)
* Picture Control image parameter presets
* 5 frames per second continuous with auto-focus tracking*
* Optional MB-D10 Battery Pack (same as D300), increases burst rate to 8 fps *
* UDMA compatible single CF card slot *
* 3.0" 922,000 pixel LCD monitor
* Live View with either phase detect (mirror up/down) or contrast detect Auto Focus
* Virtual horizon indicates if camera is level (like an aircraft cockpit display)
* HDMI HD video output
* 'Active D-Lighting' (adjusts metering as well as applying D-Lighting curve)
* Detailed 'Control Panel' type display on LCD monitor, changes color in darkness
* Magnesium alloy body with connections and buttons sealed against moisture
* Improved Info display on main screen *



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