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Pictures of Your Portable Rig (part XVI)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by ringingears, Oct 26, 2012.
  1. mrphoebs
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    That's because D700 is awesome
     
  2. Bengkia369
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  3. karloil
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  4. ruthieandjohn
    Went out of my way to get this red and black dream! iPod is Gen 5.5, U2 Special Edition, the last to have the great Wolfson DAC. The IEMs are the Shure SE53 LTD-J.
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  5. Podster
    Nice case too:wink: Love mine, keep it in my Yo-Tank and juice it up with Martin's Valve Amp:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    U2 Hybrid Rocket 1.JPG
     
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  6. cattlethief
    Like the case can you point me in the direction.
     
  7. Podster
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  8. cj3209
    That's because D700 is awesome[/QUOTE]

    I second that. My D700 has been with me for many many years and the newer models don't do anything that much better outside of video capabilities and low light performance.

    :)

    CJ
     
  9. singleended5863
    I second that. My D700 has been with me for many many years and the newer models don't do anything that much better outside of video capabilities and low light performance.

    :)

    CJ[/QUOTE]

    Are you talking about Nikon D700 full frame?
     
  10. mrphoebs
    Yeah
     
  11. singleended5863
    I got it with 16-35, 24-70 and 70-200 for awhile then switched to Canon 5D2. Now I own 5D3...
     
  12. mrphoebs
    Noice, I'm still in the Nikon camp with a D800e
     
  13. singleended5863
    How is D800e compared to D700?
     
  14. mrphoebs
    Amazing resolution, huge raw files, ridiculous dynamic range.
     
  15. singleended5863
    What is about the D850?
     

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