will introduce the D700 at the end of July 2008. The Nikon D700 D-SLR
falls between the D300 and the D3 Bodies. It is a semi-professional body that incorporates Nikon's EXPEED Image Processing System. The D700 digital single lens reflex camera features a 12.1-effective megapixel Nikon FX-format CMOS image sensor which allows for excellent image quality. It has a remarkable native ISO range of 200 to 6400.
The FX sensor measures 23.9 x 36mm, which is nearly identical to the size of 35mm film or as some may call it full frame. The camera takes advantage of Nikon's renowned 51-point auto focus system with 3D Focus Tracking. It also has two Live View shooting modes and a fancy three-inch high-resolution LCD monitor. The camera seems like its going to be a competitor but the D3 is still a superior camera. The D700 will give it a run since it is significantly cheaper. Between the D300 and the D700 the main difference is the larger FX sensor which gives you images that look like they come from the D3. The only problem is that it will be approximately $1,200 extra dollars.
If you are interested in purchasing one we recomend Adorama
our favorite place to get camera equipment. They offer great prices ship quickly and have been around for quite some time. Another place that comes highly recommended is B&H Photo
. They too have competitive prices and are well known among photographers of all kind.