Posted 07 April 2012 - 03:15 AM
for FX: what about bigger viewfinder,
better ISO ( for shooting without strobe??),
Yes, bigger viewfinder is a plus, but I use a magnifying viewfinder for both DX and FX.
AF is not inherently better in FX; in fact AF points in Nikon DX cameras have until now covered more of the frame.
The D7000 high ISO performance comes pretty close to that of the D700. As Alex says, with both DX and FX, resolution and high ISO are no longer limiting factors, both provide excellent performance. Remember we are talking only about diving type photography here.
My sense is that the only potential advantage of a full frame camera like the D800 is the ability to provide eye popping detail for macro and very large prints. And this FX advantage is specific to the D800 at the moment because it has resolution in the same ballpark as medium format cameras. No other FX camera, Nikon or Canon, stands out to the same degree from DX in terms of resolution.
Edited by loftus, 07 April 2012 - 03:21 AM.
Nikon D800, Nikon D7000, Nauticam, Inons, Subtronic Novas. Lens collection - 10-17, 15, 16, 16-35, 14-24, 24-70, 85, 18-200, 28-300, 70-200, 60 and 105, TC's. Macs with Aperture and Photoshop.