snaps from the D700

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Hi all taken over the last few days.

Phil.

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That wasp (?) is great, very nicely done. I hope it didn't sting you!
 
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Wonderful series...........the D700 does an awesome job! Each thread I view showing images from the D700 makes me crave!!!!
 
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QUite excellent, Phillip!

I also especially like the bee. Wonderful detail and composition, and perfect exposure.

How do you find the D700 compared with the D200? Is the loss of magnification of the FF difficult to get used to?
 
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Great shots. How do you find the AF with the 800mm + TC?


Hi it's not too bad considering its auto focusing at F8 it's about the same as my now returned D3's but I much prefer the D300 AF simply because the AF sensors cover more of the viewfinder, I don't find any real difference in everyday use between all 3 cameras. I know a lot of people say there is a difference, but as I have all my cameras settings set the same there appears to be no difference.

Phil.

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I also especially like the bee. Wonderful detail and composition, and perfect exposure.

How do you find the D700 compared with the D200? Is the loss of magnification of the FF difficult to get used to?


While I much prefer The dx viewfinder/crop factor it just means I will have to get a little closer, although this is not always possible and I definitely will not be getting rid of my d300's d2x's but I am going to sell some of my d1x's and d200 with the grips.

Phil.

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Nice images Phillip! Never knew Bee's were so hairy!!

Great shots.. :)

Best Regards,

David

Thank you.

Phil.

wow! The wasp image is incredible.

Thank you.

Phil.

Wow, all nice, but #5 is spectacular...

Thank you.

Phil.

Phill: That wasp capture is killer. Just a great pose and amazing detail.


Gregory

Thank you.

Phil.


Wonderful series...........the D700 does an awesome job! Each thread I view showing images from the D700 makes me crave!!!!

Thank you.

Phil.

That wasp (?) is great, very nicely done. I hope it didn't sting you!

Thank you.

Phil.


Thank you.

Phil.

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Phillip
you are making the D700 SING
those high-ISO shots.... AT DISTANCE... awesome
but, the wasp shot, as everyone here has mentioned.... incredible
 
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What f-stop were these shot at? Nice shots.
 

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