johnparas11zenfoliodotcom: no hot shoe?
There will be a limited edition 18k goldplated flash bracket for sure.
Hmmmm, not very convincing in the noise dept at this iso level.
Amplifier noise galore... just like the D800 at that ISO. People having the 5DmkIII might look into the Nikon forum for a trick on how I got rid of it fairly simple.
Mssimo: No USB 3.0? Would be nice to use with new XQD card.
When I need to upload images fast for a newspaper, I do not use the in camera connection. Using an external reader works much faster.
Does the WT-5 Wireless Transmitter allow for programmed bulb exposures remotely? Anyone knows?
PatrickP: Wide angle zoom lens may be an exception.
I tested 3 different copies of Nikon 16-35mm f/4G VR on my D700, only one of them does not display severe de-centering : with the two other copies one (or more) of the corners are significantly softer than the other corners at f/4. it was shocking to say the least.
If wide angle shots are your bread and butter, the moral of the lesson is buy at least 3 copies of the wide lens you want and cherry pick one. it definitely was worth it.
Had the same with my copy of the 16-35 which I bought to complement my (very sharp) 14-24 which is prone to raindrops :) It showed decentering. Took it back to the shop, got another copy, no problem. Had the same with a 10-24 DX by the way, even worse de-centering. The second copy was fine too. Quality control nowadays... :(
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