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Digital SLR comparison at DigitalReview


Mark Peters : 2006-09-25 14:00:00
Digital SLR comparison at DigitalReview : Our good friends from the Canadian based website DigitalReview.ca have posted an article of the Sony Alpha A100 compared to the Nikon D80 and Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi / EOS 400D Digital SLR cameras. The Sony Alpha 100 DSLR was introduced some months ago, offers 10 Megapixels resolution and features a new developed image processor. Nikon unveiled their D80 in the summer. The Nikon D80 incorporates a ten Megapixel CCD image sensor and a lot of technique from its big brothers the D200 and D2X. Canon threw their answer in the ring and introduced the Canon 400D digital SLR camera offering another 10 Megapixel of resolution and lots of interesting features.


Nikon D80 sample images at DigitalReview


Mark Peters : 2006-09-06 21:10:00
Nikon D80 sample images at DigitalReview : Our good friends from the Canadian based website DigitalReview.ca have posted several images of Nikon's latest digital SLR camera; the Nikon D80. The Nikon D80 features a new 10.2 effective megapixel DX Format CCD image sensor. Nikon's DX Format sensor and Nikon F bayonet lens mount design assure unprecedented compatibility across the comprehensive assortment of AF and DX Nikkor lenses. Advantages inherited from Nikon's latest professional digital SLR cameras include color independent analog pre-conditioning and high-precision 12-bit digital image processing algorithms, which combine to produce natural-looking images that benefit from faithful color and tone reproduction.


Nikon D2xs preview at DigitalReview


Mark Peters : 2006-06-06 00:09:00
Nikon D2xs preview at DigitalReview : Our good friends from the Canadian based website DigitalReview.ca have posted their first look of the Nikon D2xs digital SLR camera. The Nikon D2xs is able to capture 12.4 Megapixel JPEG or RAW images at a rate of up to five frames per second in continuous shooting mode ensures a speedy yet satisfying performance, while continuous shooting at a rate of up to eight frames per second is made possible thanks to the High-Speed Crop function that captures a more specific, central area of the frame at 6.8 Megapixel resolution. Many of the capabilities that made the Nikon D2xs' predecessor such a success have been maintained, the Nikon D2xs boasts the same Nikon DX-format image sensor as the D2x.


Nikon Capture NX review at DigitalReview


Mark Peters : 2006-05-22 17:03:00
Nikon Capture NX review at DigitalReview : Our good friends from the Canadian based website DigitalReview.ca have posted their first look of the Nikon NX RAW editing software. The enhanced and redesigned version of Nikon's digital image editing software, Nikon Capture NX, marks a significant shift for editing images. The integrated U Point technology is a unique new method of applying subtle enhancements to areas of any JPEG, TIFF or NEF (Raw) image. In addition to the creative advantages of U Point technology, Nikon Capture NX is using algorithms matching the optical properties of the Nikkor lenses used. Aberration, Vignette and Fisheye (AF DX Fisheye Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED) distortions can be corrected quickly and simply.






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