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Definitely a landscape photographer's dream camera. Actually, it's pretty damn good for anyone who shoots in the studio, Macro, Architecture, etc. as well. Basically, anything short of sports and action photography.
Pretty good piece of kit despite its GIANT file sizes. Seriously Nikon, create a firmware update to include different RAW file sizes. That would be a HUGE update for anyone concerned about buying this camera.
Lets get back to the sensor review.
This is a game changer for many I'm sure. I would have no issues shooting NBA, College BB,
and College football with this ( Daytime or Nighttime). None of the above disciplines require more than ISO 4000. I could see using this as my short short yardage, end-zone camera with the 24-70 or the 70-200 VRII, set to FX jpeg normal large. This setting reduces my file size by 45% and keeps it more manageable . Shadow detail is huge in football and the DR excels here just behind the D4. Overall I think this WOULD work as a second sports camera, just have to be on your
game to catch the peak action given a slower shutter....