D700 "review"

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Yup, it almost seems like nobody wants to touch that issue. :confused:
I seriously doubt it's an intentional info blackout. It is the one concern people seem to vocalize the most here. My bet is with the same sensor as the 3 and the same power as the 300, it'll fall somewhere in the middle of the two. I'm also fairly certain this question will be answered sooner than later.
 
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"A dust removal shaker is also incorporated into the D700 - which in my opinion is an almost worthless feature as it does the same as all others does - shake the dust off the sensor. But where does the dust go - it stays inside the body and a few shots later, you can see it again, right? In my opinion, a simple blower is the easiest way to get rid of dust, but an incorporated dust shaker is a nice marketing feature!"

This has always been my feeling toward the dust remover. I would rather have the 100% viewfinder than the dust remover. Is there a way of removing the device and get 100% viewfinder?
 
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This has always been my feeling toward the dust remover. I would rather have the 100% viewfinder than the dust remover. Is there a way of removing the device and get 100% viewfinder?
I'm sure there is a way, but not one that will leave you with either a warranty or a working D700 afterwards......:eek:

I'd rather have a dust remover there to knock it off during a shoot, and then use a traditional dust removal method back at base if required.
 
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