I finally found Part II of Michael's Review http://luminous-landscape.com/reviews/came...-initial2.shtml
A couple of comments:
Michael is right; my own subsequent testing confirms the Pro 14n does not produce optimum image quality in low light or in deep shade, particularly in high ISO.
A few comments:
There's a big gap between ISO 80 and 400. The camera also produced high quality at ISO 100, 125, 160, 200, etc. in my tests - and also at ISO 400 in decent light.
Spare batteries: Vistek and others sell an aftermarket remote battery pack that makes more sense. See www.digitalcamerabattery.com
There is a cable dedicated for the Pro 14n. It can also power a flash unit at the same time. (Most pros already use an external battery pack; Quantum will soon have a cable dedicated to the Pro 14n, as well.)
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The Fuji S2 Pro is also based on the Nikon N80 (F80).