This is not exactly a D2X/H question, but it is somewhat related! I am on the board of directors of our local chamber of commerce and yesterday our director sent the entire board to our local photographer to have our photos taken for next year's brochure. For his studio portrait work our local photog uses a Kodak 14/n pro, and a 85mm f1.4. I must say that I was pretty impressed with the quality of the photo that he took of my ugly mug! The color seemed spot on as was the resolution (should have touched up my beard - damn!) anyway, that got me to thinking that a low milage used 14/n might be a good investment for my product photography studio work. I am in the process of setting up a small business to help our local artisians to get accepted to juried art shows and with their advertising efforts. Most of the pieces I have been working with are in the 6 to 18 inch range for the 3d pieces. The 2d art ranges from around 8x10 up to 20x30. I am presently using my D100 in basically manual mode with my new PC Micro 85 T&S lens. I have a pretty decent AlienBee lighting setup (3 - 400's, 1 - 1600) so leaving the 14n on ISO 80 and the 1/125 flash sync should not be issues. My only real issue with the D100 is the small viewfinder. I use manual focus with the T&S lens and often have problems focusing using only the modeling lights. By eliminating the 1.5 crop I could move closer to the subject and still keep the same FOV - I am working in one bay (10x20) of my garage and space is a real limiting factor! The additional resolution would be nice in that it would allow me more a few more cropping options, but other than that I really dont seem to need much more than my current 6.1 Mpx. Anyhow KEH as several used 14/n's (excellent to excellent plus condition) for around $1600 - $1800 which seems pretty inexpensive for a camera that a few years ago was selling for around $5000. I would keep my ol' reliable D100 for my non studio work. Anyone have any experience with the 14/n under these conditions? In particular using it with the PC 85? Also, would it work with Nikon Capture Camera Control? I am currently shooting tethered to my laptop and really like the ability to view the images as they are taken. I appreciate any and all comments, especially from those of you that have owned the 14/n in your past life! Up until I got this brain storm I was planning on picking up a D2X when and if the price ever comes down.