Just a question ; Why do some people prefer CF cards ? is it mainly the size and handling or something else ? Those little pins in the camera always had me freaking out that I would bend them with my D70 .and dual CF card slots(but dual CF cards, no SD).and get rid of the SD slot and have both with CF cards.
i thought the same thing till i used a mkII for a wedding. the sheer resolving power of the mkII blew my d700 out of the water for fine detail on the wedding dress.
I understand that part, but there is a long way between filing for a patent and putting that patent into a product.It might be discussed on their site, but the diagram is from the USPTO. Patent by Nikon.
Mainly it's that they're bigger, so easier to handle and harder to lose, but also you can stick a legible address label on to give a good samaritan a chance if you do drop it somewhere...Just a question ; Why do some people prefer CF cards ? is it mainly the size and handling or something else ? Those little pins in the camera always had me freaking out that I would bend them with my D70 .
Hi Desmond...Do you mean like a follow on from the D2 series apart from full frame ?
How low is low?In fact, and as an side, if anyone might have one that looks as new as it did when it first left the factory and with very low actuations, I might be happy to give it a good home... :Love: Hmmmmm...I guess I'm thinking this might be a good opportunity for someone to finally (and at long last) get rid of an old and technically antiquated "junk" body. :biggrin: I suppose if nothing else, I'm just a great humanitarian...
Have a GREAT weekend, everyone... :smile: