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By John Williamson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 16, 2012
I've been following Nikon Rumors on the Web for quite some time, but just recently found that there's a Nikon Rumors blog on the Kindle. If you're into Nikon and have a Kindle, it's a winner.

On February 8th, it was right there for Kindle subscribers: Nikon D800 vs. D700 specs comparison

There was a pair of the above Nikons in a very clear photo of both models, followed by the text:

"Here is a quick comparison between the Nikon D800 and Nikon D700 based on the specifications listed on Nikon's website... I was told that the D700 will go down in price in the next few days - in France for example, the price is expected to drop from the current EUR 2,100 to EUR 1,800. I have no confirmation about US prices yet."

This was followed by a lengthy and highly-detailed comparison list of the specs of both cameras, side by side, with all of the info that a prospective buyer (or Nikon fan) could wish for, and of course the links that all who enjoy the regular Nikon Rumors site are used to.

A day earlier there had been a great composite image with a slogan "I AM A D800" which follows the signature "I AM NIKON" images that's know to so many on Facebook and other places on the Net. There was a slew of information in that column, with many links. We learned that Nikon stock is up 13%, and that the D800/D800E is being made in Japan.

It's timely info like this which makes the Nikon Rumors blog on the Kindle worthwhile. But couldn't one get such information easier and faster on Facebook or directly from Photo Rumors on the `Net? Yes, but I don't take my computer, even my laptop, to bed with me.
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