Nikon D800 Specification Revealed?
August 15, 2010
It is about time that the widely spread Nikon D800 rumor becomes a fact.
The D700 was introduced on July 2008 equipped with Nikon’s 12.1 megapixel FX-format (23.9 mm × 36 mm) CMOS sensor boosting excellent low light performance. It has since been more than two years and a successor is really what professionals and enthusiast photographers are craving for.
This article showcases the various ISO setting between ISO100 and ISO25600 of the Nikon D700. Below are the 100% cropped of the sample image. Lens used is Nikon AF-S 24-70mm F2.8
Nikon D700 AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8G ED ISO25600
Check out the Nikon D700 gallery featuring a number of photos shots by various photographers in different category. Photos available are shot in travel, portrait and landscape. You may also be interested with the Nikon D700 Official Sample Photos with 100% Cropped Images included.
Nikon D700 Official Brochure
The brochure includes detailed specification of the D700, some features introduction and also sample photos. It also mention the new speedlight SB-900 and also the new PC-E lens namely 45mm F2.8 and 85mm F2.8.
Nikon second full frame DSLR D700 is announced today, packed with the D3’s features and at the price retailing USD2999.00, if you can’t afford a D3, get ready to rush for this baby D3 when it is on shelves.
Photos and details of the Nikon D700 can be found at the D700 announcement page, loaded with more than 20 images of the new full frame.
Photos below are shown in overview followed by 100% cropped images.
This set of sample images are taken with ISO set at 200 and 400. Without doubt it looks as good as the D3’s sample images. I am looking forward to compare the high ISO setting images and some real life shots of the D700.
Photo courtesy: Nikon INC,
Photographer: Cherie Steinberg Cote and Sonoe