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Nikon D700

I am curious as to where the new D700's are assembled at. Any info. on this is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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don't know

In reply to: Nikon D700

We don't even know what the price is going to be.

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Not sure whether it's locally assemble in Thailand

In reply to: Nikon D700

Many Nikon DSLR cameras, such as D300 and D80 are locally assembled in Thailand, and even exported to the US. Nikon D700 will be priced around $3000 or so. Not sure whether the incident will be so. But, the new replacement of Canon 5D will soon be launched with the similar specification and much cheaper price, below $2,000 or so.

Nikon has done some strange marketing strategy lately. D3 and D700 are almost identical in most major aspects, with the slight different pricing. The sensor seems to be Nikon's limit. I was expecting that Nikon would come up for something beyond a 12MP new-full-frame DSLR. Canon has already achieved that so many years ago. I'm still quite happy with my 1Ds III.

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