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Nikon D810 camera features

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-06-26 11:45:00
Nikon D810 Full-Frame camera : Taking creative freedom to a whole new level, the Nikon D810 D-SLR camera opens up spectacular new possibilities for high-resolution shooting. The camera’s brand new FX-format sensor offers a class-leading count of 36.3 megapixels, and is designed without an optical low-pass filter to deliver the ultimate in image detail in both stills and movies. In a first for a digital SLR camera, the Nikon D810’s ultra-wide native ISO range starts at ISO 64 for cleaner, better-defined images when shooting in bright light, and you can shoot at up to ISO 12800, or extend the range from 32 to 51200 ISO equivalent.


Nikon V3

Mark Peters : 2014-03-21 13:10:00
Nikon V3 camera offers professional performance : Designed for those who refuse to let the action pass them by, the Nikon V3 ensures pro-calibre performance and quality, shot after shot. The large 18.4 megapixel CX-format CMOS image sensor has no optical low-pass filter so it can make the most of every megapixel: even the finest textures are captured in crisp detail, and a wide ISO range of 160-12800 ensures pristine images in low light. Faster than a D-SLR, the Nikon V3 offers blazingly fast continuous shooting speeds of up to 20fps with continuous autofocus, and the Nikon 1 camera can snap 40 RAW format images at up to 60fps with focus fixed at the first frame.


Nikon D4S body

Mark Peters : 2014-03-01 18:00:00
Nikon D4S Digital SLR camera : Everything about the new D4S camera is built around the need for speed. In a world where the speed of transmission and networking has become as important as megapixels and ISO settings, the Nikon D4S delivers on every count. The frame-per-second with autofocus tracking has increased from 10fps to 11fps, making the D4S the fastest autofocus camera in Nikon’s history. The D4S body implements a Gigabit 100/1000TX Ethernet port and offers a new RAW Size S option for accelerated image transfer. When milliseconds matter, the shutter’s 42ms lag can gain you the critical edge, taking pictures in less than the blink of an eye. The camera also features a completely new shutter and mirror mechanism, delivering a stable viewfinder image with minimal blackout when shooting at high speed.






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