"Excellent camera with tons of pro features"4.5 starson by thanhuy
Pros: High ISO, excellent ergonomic, LCD, fast AF, color accuracy and exposure
Cons: Heavy, 5fps, no build-in image stabilization, 95% coverage
Summary: My first DSLR was D200 and I though it was excellent camera and never though a need to upgrade but then D300 came along with so much to offer compare to D200 especially AF and tracking system that I usually missed target with my D200 not all the time but still see a different between the two systems but what I still need so badly was a full frame camera because I invested a lot in full frame lenses then D3 came out pretty much the same time as D300 but the price tag is so over that I could't afford. Photography is just my hobby so I upgrade to D300 and all sudden from out of no where Nikon announced D700 after I've been with D300 for less than 7 months. Well, I can't wait any longer so I went ahead get D700 just few weeks ago and I just want to say... Man! What an excellent camera. Now I can go to concert and still stop the action without using flash or worry about noise on my photos, I can crank it up to ISO 6400 so I am able to maintain my shutter speed above 1/100. One good thing about my D700 now is that I don't have to worry about the factor conversion although, I still have my D300 for Macro and wildlife because of its pixels density. I use my D700 for landscape and portraits... D700 respond to exposure much accurate than my D300 tends to overexpose a bit and also seems to over saturated when shooting with vivid mode but not with D700.