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Dennis Hissink : November 18th 2007 - 18:00 CET
Capture NX included with Nikon D3 and D300

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NikonCapture NX software : Nikon UK is pleased to announce that for the first time its new professional Digital SLR cameras, the Nikon D3 and D300, will be accompanied by Capture NX, Nikon’s award winning software package. The latest version of the software, Capture NXv1.3 will give professional photographers the creative freedom to develop and enhance shots, particularly when shooting in RAW format. Initial shipments of the new cameras will come with a product key that will unlock a downloaded trial version of NX available from the web site. A CD ROM version will be bundled with D300 and D3 from December. The Nikon D300 and the D3 digital SLR cameras will be available at the end of November 2007.
Capture NX included with Nikon D3 and D300Nikon Capture NX - DX format sensor
The new Nikon D300 digital single lens reflex (D-SLR) sets new standards of compact professional performance. The easy-to-use DX-format D300 offers outstanding image quality, multi-functional technologies and fast response. With class-leading 12.3 Megapixel resolution, speedy 6 fps frame advance, self-cleaning sensor unit and high definition 3-inch VGA LCD display, combined with Nikon’s legendary durability, the Nikon D300 is a breakthrough solution for photographers searching for an advanced compact SLR.

Capture NX RAW software - Development and Feedback
The Nikon D3 D-SLR camera, 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 (36.0x23.9mm) 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.

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Nikon Corporation, a world leader in cameras, imaging and optics, was founded on July 25th, 1917, in Tokyo, Japan. Beginning as an optical firm, Nikon manufactured microscopes, telescopes, surveying equipment and optical measuring devices. Nikkor was adopted as the brand name for the company’s line of photographic lenses in the 1930s. In 1946, the company began producing a 35mm rangefinder camera with an interchangeable lens, the first Nikon camera. The success of the Nikon Rangefinder was followed by the introduction of the classic Nikon F single-lens-reflex (SLR) camera in 1959, built with the technology leadership and precision that characterizes Nikon products. Nikon has continued its leadership into the 21st century with its popular and critically acclaimed film and digital cameras, from the Coolpix consumer line to advanced professional digital SLRs. As a milestone, production figures for the Nikkor interchangeable lenses surpassed the 40 million in August 2007. From its industry-leading cameras to lenses, optics, accessories and software, Nikon is the choice of professional and amateur photographers alike.





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