Summary: I am a pro photographer - This camera is simply the best full frame. The file sizes are manageable, and I can still print 6 foot by 4 foot images should I choose (Don't believe the megapixel hype). I've owned this camera for a few years now and it's yet to disappoint.
Summary: I have two of them. bought one, and when I have worked with it for a day I bought one more. A perfect tool for a photographer. With a grip clipped on itÂ´s a D3. Very good qualityfeeling. But needs good lenses. This camera have everything you need. And more!
Pros: Versaltility. A realy protool for everything.
Cons: 12 mp But isÂ´s good enoght. Heavy with grip on.
Summary: I've had this camera for over two years now and I recently purchased a Nikon AF medium zoom lens for it. (I chose this camera because it was full-frame, had a live-view screen, and supported nine of my older but still excellent Nikkor AI lenses.
Summary: After researching the internet and visiting camera stores for hands-on experience, I chose D700 without regret. There are many people out there trying to make the decision of the 3 wonderful cameras. I can only share my analysis based on my need and experience, as an avid amateur photographer.
Summary: My D700 still is relevant, because as a wedding photographer I need a camera for 3 reasons: 1. Shoot excellent low-light images. 2. Have manageable file sizes. 3. Have excellent and unflappable AF.
Summary: I have owned the D7000 for about a year and decieded to go "full frame" because I needed the improved image quality within a larger camera sensor. However, this camera will only be an upgrade to you if you completely understand the camera settings(PSAM,Manual controls,Light metering,Focus options,...