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|Country/Region of Manufacture:||Japan||Battery Type:||Lithium-Ion|
|Bundled Items:||Strap (Neck or Wrist)||UPC:||
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||100107701|
|Product Key Features|
|Additional Product Features|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||25600|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Fixed Eye-Level Pentaprism|
|Exposure Compensation||±5 Ev Range, in 1, 1/2 or 1/3 Ev Steps|
|Min Shutter SPEED||30 Sec|
|Exposure Metering||Center-Weighted, 3d Color Matrix II, SPOT|
|Exposure Modes||Bulb, Manual, Shutter-Priority, Automatic, Aperture-Priority|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer Specific|
|MAX Shutter SPEED||1/8000 Sec|
|Lens for Sd||Body only|
|Additional Features||USB, Autofocus, Hdmi|
|White Balance||Daylight / Sunny (Preset), Fluorescent (Preset), Auto, Flash (Preset), Shade (Preset), Incandescent (Preset)|
|Special Effects||Monochrome, Neutral, Vivid Audio|
|Supported Flash Memory||CompactFlash Card Type I, CompactFlash Card Type II, Ibm Microdrive, CompactFlash|
|Flash Type||Pop-Up Flash|
|Min Operating Temperature||0°C|
|Auto Focus Type||TTL Phase Detection|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical (Through-The-Lens), Optical|
|Exposure Range||Ev 0-20|
|Dioptric Correction Range||-3 to +1|
|Continuous Shooting SPEED||5fps|
|Still Image Format||Nef (Raw), Dpof, JPEG, Dcf 2.0, Raw + JPEG, TIFF, Exif 2.21, Raw Image|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|MAX Operating Temperature||40°C|
|Camera Flash Features||Slow Sync, Flash +/- Compensation, Af Illuminator, Red-Eye Reduction Flash|
|Screen Details||LCD Display-Tft Active Matrix-3"-Color|
|Flash Modes||OFF! Mode, Fill-In Mode, Rear Curtain Sync, Slow Synchro, Red-Eye Reduction|
|Expansion Slot||1X CompactFlash Card-Type I|
|Connector Types||1X USB, 1X Remote Control, 1X Composite Video Output, 1X Hdmi Output|
|Focus Adjustment||Manual, Automatic, Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
Still an amazing camera in 2016
Although this is a 12 megapixel camera, most photographers will agree that the megapixel war has ended. A great camera is about so much more than lots of megapixels. This is a full frame camera, which means, the available megapixels are larger, and also means more light reaches the sensor. Less megapixels also means the camera can hold more photos, and post processing and storing files is a breeze. The D700 is build like a tank, it's a real workhorse that's built to last. They don't make cameras like this anymore! The D700 is known to go well beyond the quoted 150k shutter life. This camera is also full of pro features, it does not have all of the scene modes that you see on entry level cameras, and it makes using your camera in manual mode so much easier with the white balance and ISO buttons right on the top dial. I found learning to use it went very fast and it is an easy transition to anyone who has been using their camera in manual. There is just a certain magic about the D700 that makes it shine above other cameras. The photos just pop with lifelike color and contrast. It also holds well against todays cameras as far as low light photography is concerned with low noise at high ISO ( a respectable 2,303 ISO) and when you add the battery grip and upgraded battery, you can shoot at a blazing 8 frames per second! At an average of only $800 USD, you just can't beat what the Nikon D700 has to offer. Down sides to this camera are that it is pretty loud and heavy, and does not have video, but none of those are things that bother me.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: calagazphoto
Can just shoot in program, or get as creative as you care to delve into the camera's features.
I haven't used an SLR since I put away my N80 film camera about 12 years ago. When the D300, and then the D700 came out, I knew it was the one I wanted, but it was cost prohibitive. Now that the D700 is 10+ years old, they are a great value, and I finally got my wish fulfilled. The D700 I found had relatively low (~7500) actuations, and was very clean. I put on my old lenses (~20 year old AF-S's) and was able to take fantastic photos once again. Just reading a few recommendations on the web, and I was able to set the camera to produce photos to my liking (a little under exposed, and more amber hues). My Samsung S7 takes some great shots, but now I have a single purpose camera that is so much more creative and fun to shoot.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: ricomaui78
Back to the Nikon dslr
I had many Nikon DSLR from film era to Digital, then I switched to Mirrorless systems such as Olympus, Fuji and Panasonic! But always looked back to Nikon specially with all those glasses from the past so I search and wait untill I got a very clean one with low actuation. Now I'm so happy with it's excellent built and picture quality and I feel home when I take it with me for just taking picture and not video! it's full frame and it's very fast and accurate focusing make me very happy. compare to a Nikon D750 which I sold it after two months, The D700 is very sharp! very sharp!! 12 Mega pixel is more than enough! and you can print a huge 24 by 36 inch picture with no noise at all.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: jemoau
Great Full Frame Value
Above and beyond the virtues of Nikon's metering, focusing and overall operation, the D700's full-frame sensor provides enhanced sensitivity without too much noise. You can use the high ISO capability to get the shutter speed or the aperture you want to get the shot you want. Plus many of those Nikon AF-D lenses provide high quality at a low cost, even if they don't have VR. At current prices, the D700 is a great tool to have in your kit.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: circles26
The Best Camera I have Ever Used
I have a Nikon D200 and have used it for years. I am the team photographer for the local minor league hockey team and I was always annoyed by not being able to shoot above ISO 800 with my D200 because of the noise in the images. That all has changed! Now that I have the Nikon D700 my photos look amazing even at ISO 3200 and the auto focus on the D700 is light years ahead of the D200. I wish I would have upgraded to the D700 alot sooner. You can't really compare the D700 with the D200 as it is like comparing a Volkswagon to a Mercedes. The D700 is in a totally difference class with it's big brother the Nikon D3. The only thing I miss about the D200 is the 1.5 DX crop factor. With the D700 you will lose some "reach" on the focal length but you gain on the short end. In other words an 80-200mm lens is just that, 80-200 unlike the D200 (or any other DX camera)which crops the image by 1.5 making the 80-200mm a 120-300mm. If you want to be able to shoot at high ISO's without worrying about image noise then the D700 is what you have been waiting for. You can capture moments in their natural lighting without a flash with exceptional image quality. You can use DX lenses on the D700 but I don't recommend it because the will crop the images down to 5 megapixels. Full frame lenses will make this camera shine! I had considered upgrading to the D300 but the D700 was the way to go and I don't regret it for a second. If you already have an arsenal of DX lenses (All Nikon DX lenses are clearly marked "DX". If it doesn't say "DX" then it's a full frame lens) then maybe you might want to go with the D300 otherwise the D700 is the camera for you. The image quality of the D700 is absolutely jaw dropping with vivid colors and great tones allowing to get shots that were not even possible with a DX camera. If you have been riding the fence thinking about upgrading to the D700 then I say just go for it. You will not regret it. I know I didn't. My only regret is that I didn't get the D700 alot sooner.