Gazeomon: My last Nikon was a D300s and it's going to stay that way. I'll give it to my nephew along with all the Nikon glass. Nikon simply fails to excite me as it once did. These comatising iterations are nothing but a blatant money grabbing exercise. I have moved away from Nikon because the D400 never arrived and never will. DX Canon, Samsung, Sony and Pentax is where I am looking with interest.
Your frustration of lack of a D300/s replacement is fully understandable and a clear reason to move away from Nikon. Nikon is loosing customers due to this hole in the Pro DX line, given the high success of the D300/s.
Good news to keep it standalone. Not doing the subscription model.
I would like to know when the replacement for the D700 will be. This D750 is essentially a D620.
ScottRH: And question folks all want to know. Was the Frames Per Second fast enough? Unanswered.
And question folks all want to know. Was the Frames Per Second fast enough? Unanswered.
Nikon has fixed their quality issues from the problematic D600, D800/E.
the whole "1" system is difficult to hold and awkward.
The D810 looks like the body D700 users may go for since the FPS is up. It should not take long to see if all of the D800/E issues are fixed.But then again, a D710? !
Looks great !
And the real question, What can you tell us about a D700 replacement?
I would buy two if it had no XQD.
They should have introduced the D700 replacement not the D600.
Still waiting for the D700 replacement. The 610, D800, are not it. I shoot weddings. And don't want XQD on D4s.
Sounds Great ! But no wedding? Where's Cliff ?
Too bad it still has XQD.
And the D700 replacement ?
I also think the D700 is outstanding, and too bad Nikon has not replaced it. But good to see this D4S announcement !
Don't use Adobe at all anymore. I don't like their business model.
Nice and useless.