Nikons’ Double D’s

In early September Nikon Corp announced two new cameras to the DSLR line-up. The long awaited professional D3, and the next generation in pro-consumer line of DSLR cameras by Nikon, the D300.

D3 – The D3, the result of years of development and feedback from professional photographers, combines many innovative Nikon technologies. These include an exclusive 12.1 effective megapixel FX format (36.0×23.9mm) image sensor with 12-channel read out, a blazing-fast 9 fps frame rate, expandable ISO settings from 200-6400, a completely new 51-Point autofocus system, a 3-inch VGA LCD screen with Live View and a cutting-edge image processing system.

D300 – The D300 is loaded with the latest professional technologies designed to produce images of the highest quality. The high-resolution 12.3 MP DX format CMOS sensor generates image files suitable for almost every type of output, combined with a fast standard frame advance rate of 6fps (up to 8 fps with optional Multi Power Battery Pack). The D300 offers fast power-up, quick response and outstanding flexibility to meet the needs of a wide variety of photographic assignments. The D300 powers-up in just 0.13 seconds, with an almost imperceptible 45 millisecond shutter lag.

If you would like to read the complete reviews from Digital Photography Review here are the links:

Nikon D3DP Review, Nikon USA, Scott Kelby, PopPhoto
Nikon D300
DP Review, Nikon USA, PopPhoto

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