If you're looking for a serious DSLR camera, the Nikon D700 deserves your attention. This awesome camera is loaded with features that will help you take some of the best pictures you've ever seen.
It's sometimes tempting to wonder just what pioneering photographers like Paul Strand and Ansel Adams would make of modern photographic equipment. They had to win their understanding of light and composition the hard way. Out in the field, often with only the most basic equipment, they managed to produce images that still possess the power to startle a modern audience.
Nowadays, an aspiring photographer with around $3000 to spend can pick up a state-of-the-art camera like the Nikon D700, which will take care of just about every aspect of the photographic process for them. From the serious framing assistance provided by the Virtual Horizon Indicator to the 51-point auto focus system that makes it difficult to produce a bad shot, this camera - Nikon's second full frame sensor-equipped DSLR - leaves little to chance.
If the D700 has much in common with its predecessors the D300 and D3 models - themselves close relatives - this isn't by chance. Those earlier models were groundbreaking cameras in their own right, and the D700 uses the best features from each, while having enough individuality to occupy a distinctive niche in the Nikon line up.
The new model also represents Nikon's first direct competition for Canon's EOS 5D, which has had the "prosumer" full-frame sensor market more or less to itself for over three years. Perhaps this explains Canon's slowness to provide an upgrade, but whatever the reason, the D700 is a timely introduction to the market which combines Nikon's renowned usability with some of their most advanced technology in a package that the serious amateur or professional shouldn't find too daunting.
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