Several customers who bought the Nikon D700 concluded that it was able to produce good images. Expert review site Digitalcamerainfo.com mentioned in their review of this digital cameras eight years ago “The D3, allow you to take available light pictures in near darkness, with remarkably little image noise”. Mymac.com wrote in their review of the Nikon D700 “Getting those images is challenging enough with learning how to use a new camera”. Eight years ago expert review site Dcresource.com mentioned in their review “It offers a full frame sensor, stunning photo quality”.
A few people who purchased it concluded that it had a good image sensor. Expert website Trustedreviews.com said in their review of this digital cameras eight years ago “The Nikon D700 is the second model from the company to feature a full frame sensor”. Smh.com.au mentioned in their review of the Nikon D700 “This 12-megapixel camera has an FX sensor (full 35 millimetre-film frame size) as used in the professional D3”. Expert review site Electronicsme.com rated the product 5 stars and wrote “The marriage of the large sensor and compact body puts this camera head”.
A few Nikon D700 owners who reviewed this digital cameras wrote that it had a good picture resolution. F. Odds wrote in their review “The idea of having a finder to fit on the back of my Canon when I'm shooting movies was attractive for two reasons”. Expert website Photoanswers.co.uk mentioned “The Nikon D700 has a resolution of 12.1Mp”. Eight years ago expert review site Dpexpert.com.au said “Someone has calculated that for a digital camera to match the resolving power of film it needs to have 14 megapixels on a full frame sensor”.
One Nikon D700 owner said in their reviews that it had a good ISO range. Gizmodo.com wrote seven years ago “The option to save a few hundred bucks and get a smidge less noise at high ISO is surely attractive” in their review of the Nikon D700.