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    Default Re: D700 vs D7000 ISO 6400

    That's why Nikon no need to promote their product like Canon.
    Because, these type of people bullshit around here and there.

    A Honda Civic will win Honda Accord.

    The same old old story applies to this topic.

    The manufacturer will be very happy as they don't need to advertise their product as there are so many fans giving a free advertisement for their new launch product

    That's confirmed that their marketing strategy works 101%

    It is clearly D7000 already out in other part of the world and all of them already reviewed it.
    Yet, you all still fix your mindset to debate a new launch product with different product category. (FX-D700 vs DX-D7000).

    No need to debate so much, if you love D7000, by all means, go and get it.
    If you ask me, and I had extra $$$... I will go for D700.

    I still love my D300s and I'm looking forward for D700 if I can.
    Or just wait for D700 replacement as I already had DX.

    Still, your $$$, your decision.
    Last edited by bornwild4; 11th November 2010 at 08:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjackal View Post
    What the Genie said.
    And yet again, you still didn't get it, both of you.

    It's the mockery thing that isn't logical at all, as started by the Genie. What we are driving at is, so what even if a 2 year old FX loses out to a new DX...? This is what we call technological advancement, not trying to compare old against new.

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    Default Re: D700 vs D7000 ISO 6400

    Quote Originally Posted by Genie In A Lightbox View Post
    Would not it be a complete mockery of full frame sensors if they get owned by crop sensors at high ISOs? Go figure.
    Quote Originally Posted by sjackal View Post
    That would be in two years, but I think Genie's point is valid because D700 can still be considered a current model as the replacement is not out yet.

    If both models being current and the DX surpass the FX, then it is indeed a mockery.
    D7000 and D300s...

    D300s is a higher end model, and it is still a current model...

    no mockery about it.

    So what is the issue here?

    BTW I am still on the D300s. I find no problems... it is about taking pictures.. not chasing gears for me. And I welcome the D7000 with open arms. If I need a camera in that range, I will get the D7000 without hesitation. And if I need a FX now, I will still get a D700 without hesitation.
    Last edited by daredevil123; 11th November 2010 at 10:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    D7000 and D300s...

    D300s is a higher end model, and it is still a current model...

    no mockery about it.

    So what is the issue here?

    BTW I am still on the D300s. I find no problems... it is about taking pictures.. not chasing gears for me. And I welcome the D7000 with open arms. If I need a camera in that range, I will get the D7000 without hesitation. And if I need a FX now, I will still get a D700 without hesitation.
    Rite.. simple and short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultrazoom View Post
    And yet again, you still didn't get it, both of you.

    It's the mockery thing that isn't logical at all, as started by the Genie. What we are driving at is, so what even if a 2 year old FX loses out to a new DX...? This is what we call technological advancement, not trying to compare old against new.
    The old VTEC is more raw than i-VTEC. Even if the new i-VTEC had more 10bhp on it.

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    One think I confirmed D7000 win is the price is cheaper.

    If D7000 is sooo good, I want to make a proposal to Nikon to
    Review the price higher than D700. Maybe S$4100.
    Maybe Nikon misjudge their product value. This is to replace D700.

    Than they can officially declare D7000 is the replacement of D700.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bornwild4 View Post
    One think I confirmed D7000 win is the price is cheaper.

    If D7000 is sooo good, I want to make a proposal to Nikon to
    Review the price higher than D700. Maybe S$4100.
    Maybe Nikon misjudge their product value. This is to replace D700.

    Than they can officially declare D7000 is the replacement of D700.
    another satisfied d700 customer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bornwild4 View Post
    One think I confirmed D7000 win is the price is cheaper.

    If D7000 is sooo good, I want to make a proposal to Nikon to
    Review the price higher than D700. Maybe S$4100.
    Maybe Nikon misjudge their product value. This is to replace D700.

    Than they can officially declare D7000 is the replacement of D700.
    Sorry, bro, I don't agree with this.
    D700 successor is coming maybe first half of next year.
    Rumour, yes, rumour saying D300s's successor coming end of next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    Sorry, bro, I don't agree with this.
    D700 successor is coming maybe first half of next year.
    Rumour, yes, rumour saying D300s's successor coming end of next year.
    You don't get the joke?

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    Let me propose a different way of looking at things.

    Personally, the true appeal of a full frame camera is in the FULL FRAME sized sensor, which is essentially the same as that of a piece of 35mm film. This essentially means we can stop pretending that a 24mm lens is the new 35mm field of view lens, a 35mm lens is the new 50mm field of view lens etc, and we can cease having to tolerate the distortions and various imperfections of having a 50mm lens pretend to be a 75mm portrait lens.

    We have no need to pay 350+ for a 35mm f1.8 lens pretending to be a normal lens, when we can just drop $150 for a standard 50mm f1.8, which happens to focus pretty quick, too! We can once again go back to familiar field of views with familiar apertures along the lines of a 24mm f2, 35 f1.4 etc, instead of waiting eternally for manufacturers to wake up to our desperate calls for good fast wide primes with our focal length of choice.

    It also means we no longer have to squint and peer through a dark tunnel to see the world (the sorry excuse for a viewfinder), and make no excuses for not getting the beautiful bokeh that we know our lenses are capable of.

    Of course, for those who have not used 35mm film, it probably doesn't make any difference and to be honest, DX / cropped sensors will do the job of putting an image on paper just as well as full frame sensors.

    The high ISO capability of a full frame sensor is the bonus, the icing on the cake. With advances in sensor technology, today's D7000 is more than welcome to perform better than my D700. Because it means that when Nikon decides to update the D700, that technology will find its way into the new (and hopefully higher resolution) sensor with even better low light performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bornwild4 View Post
    That's why Nikon no need to promote their product like Canon.
    Because, these type of people bullshit around here and there.

    A Honda Civic will win Honda Accord.

    The same old old story applies to this topic.

    The manufacturer will be very happy as they don't need to advertise their product as there are so many fans giving a free advertisement for their new launch product

    That's confirmed that their marketing strategy works 101%

    It is clearly D7000 already out in other part of the world and all of them already reviewed it.
    Yet, you all still fix your mindset to debate a new launch product with different product category. (FX-D700 vs DX-D7000).

    No need to debate so much, if you love D7000, by all means, go and get it.
    If you ask me, and I had extra $$$... I will go for D700.

    I still love my D300s and I'm looking forward for D700 if I can.
    Or just wait for D700 replacement as I already had DX.

    Still, your $$$, your decision.

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    Somebody wants to convince themselves to buy D7000 by showing D7000 is better than D700 at high ISO performance?
    Already failed to beat D300s, now want to jump over to challenge D700.
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    Default Re: D700 vs D7000 ISO 6400

    There is no end to the argument on which is a better camera. D700 or D7000. Just get whatever you think is best for you and move on. Both of a different category. FX and DX. Of course a Nissan GTO can outrun a Mercedes E200. =)

    Chill guys!
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    To me, Nikon still Nikon. And I love Nikon .
    I also love new model like D7000.

    But, if you said that D7000 is better than the king.. Sorry, be practical, I will say no.
    This is forum, must share truly, simply not giving any wrong information.

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    Agreed. But when you are paying $2k for a mid-range DSLR, you hope that it performs like a professional DSLR.....tht's why they have to come up with something to convince themselves before paying the money

    Quote Originally Posted by bornwild4 View Post
    To me, Nikon still Nikon. And I love Nikon .
    I also love new model like D7000.

    But, if you said that D7000 is better than the king.. Sorry, be practical, I will say no.
    This is forum, must share truly, simply not giving any wrong information.
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    Seems to me some owners of higher range models feel "threatened" that their bragging rights are diminished with the debut of the D7000 & become defensive. I think there's no need to give impressions of whats superior in comparison, of putting the new model down/in its place. To me all Nikons equipment are great, serving people of different means & purposes. And all technological advances are to be welcomed. Just my 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1221ljc View Post
    Seems to me some owners of higher range models feel "threatened" that their bragging rights are diminished with the debut of the D7000 & become defensive. I think there's no need to give impressions of whats superior in comparison, of putting the new model down/in its place. To me all Nikons equipment are great, serving people of different means & purposes. And all technological advances are to be welcomed. Just my 2 cents
    I feel the same. Lolx, alot of 300s and D700 supporters here.

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    Default Re: D700 vs D7000 ISO 6400

    as always...we should let the pictures do the talking

    and as many wise ppl on the forum have said.... argue less..go out and shoot more haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwanhan View Post
    as always...we should let the pictures do the talking

    and as many wise ppl on the forum have said.... argue less..go out and shoot more haha


    Shoot more, let the pictures talk as tech will only get better & we can always trade up

    I just bought a D7K. Been lusting for a 2nd body to compliment my D700 & almost pulled the trigger on D90 months ago & thank goodness the 7K came out now. To be honest, I didn't even study the specs, I needed one that can take HD video & almost bought a D3s but that didn't have AF for HDV & costs twice the D700.
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