In terms of versatility, the Nikon D3S is the best DSLR we've ever tested, and the image quality in ultra-low light is a major selling point. If you don't need to take advantage of the D3S's high ISO settings though, the D700/D300S offer better value.
Pros that need to get images quickly in any environment
Anyone that doesn't need top quality in ultra-low light
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