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Nikon DL24-85 digital camera

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NikonNikon DL24-85 f/1.8-2.8 Premium Compact Camera : Nikon has announced the Dl24-85 premium camera. With this Nikon camera in your pocket, you’ll always be able to capture sumptuous 20.8 megapixel stills and 4K Ultra HD movies when you’re on the go. Enjoy perfectly balanced sharpness and 'Bokeh' effect thanks to the bright 24-85mm f/1.8-2.8 Nikkor lens, and the 1-inch CX-format image sensor. Nail rapid-fire action with breathtaking precision thanks to the exceptionally fast AF system. The Super Macro function frees you to shoot sharp, rich images of small subject details that might not be visible to the naked eye. The optional external electronic viewfinder (EVF) enables clear, flexible framing.
Nikon DL24-85

Nikon DL24-85 digital camera
The Nikon DL24-85 camera may be small, but its fast Nikkor 24-85mm f/1.8-2.8 zoom lens gives you plenty of options. From group photos to candid street shots and close up portraits, you have the flexibility to shoot pretty much whatever comes your way. The large maximum aperture of f/1.8 at the wide-angle end of the zoom range makes for dynamic low-light scenes. At the telephoto end, the f/2.8 maximum aperture is ideal for detailed head-and-shoulder shots. Proven Nikkor technology, including aspherical lens elements, extra-low-dispersion glass, and high refractive index elements, delivers superb clarity and contrast in every area of the frame. Colour fringing and chromatic aberration are minimised, and distortion is well controlled throughout the zoom range. Nikon’s fluorine coating actively repels water, dust, and dirt, and makes it easier to clean the glass without damaging the surface.

Nikon DL24-85 premium compact camera

High-resolution OLED tilt touchscreen
Much about the Nikon DL24-85 is designed to be familiar to D-SLR users, including the clearly designed menus. On the Nikon DL camera body, the PSAM mode dial is augmented by a dedicated ±5 EV exposure compensation dial, a rotary multi-selector (with i-button), and the all-important function button. The high-resolution 1037k-dot OLED tilt touchscreen also puts vital shooting functions right where you need them. If you’re in need of a little extra light, the Nikon DL camera has a pop-up flash. And if you’re used to controlling aspects like focus and aperture from the lens, the DL24-85 doesn’t disappoint. A customisable control ring and a zoom ring are mounted onto the barrel of the camera’s Nikkor lens. You can use the zoom ring to specify a start-up zoom position, and shoot at your preferred focal length the instant the camera is turned on. Settings that can be assigned to the control ring include shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance and Picture Controls. You can also use the control ring to select manual-priority AF, which lets you adjust the focus manually while shooting with AF.

Nikon DL24-85 camera

4K Ultra HD features
Come home and feel satisfied. With the Nikon DL24-85 digital camera in your pocket, you’re free to capture high-quality 20.8 megapixel stills in JPEG or NEF (RAW) format, and shoot 4K Ultra HD movies. The camera’s 1-inch backside-illuminated CX-format CMOS sensor makes the most of every pixel to sharply capture even fine details and render clean, crisp images. Low light situations are handled exceptionally well thanks to a standard ISO range of 160 to 12800. Plus the camera’s built-in ND filter reduces the amount of incoming light to enhance creative possibilities when shooting at slow shutter speeds. Nikon’s powerful new EXPEED 6A processing engine keeps you shooting images and movies at speed, and improves noise reduction when shooting at high ISOs.


Taking pictures with the DL24-85
Thanks to the exceptionally quick response times of the Nikon DL24-85, you’ll always be ready to capture unexpected opportunities. Shoot full resolution action images at up to 20fps with Continuous AF. Or shoot at up to 60fps with focus fixed at the first frame. Whatever you’re shooting, Nikon’s acclaimed Advanced Hybrid AF system identifies your subject and deploys either 105 phase detection points or 171 contrast detection points. Phase-detection AF tracks movement at breakneck speed. Contrast-detect AF extends to the edge of the frame so you can focus sharply on peripheral subjects, even in low light. The camera’s superior subject acquisition capabilities are strengthened by the Dual Detect Optical Vibration reduction system. This system combines information from the image sensor and a separate angular velocity sensor to produce enhanced shake detection and correction. It works whether you’re shooting high-speed movement or capturing a random encounter as you walk down the street.

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Nikon Super Macro photography
The Nikon DL24-85 compact camera boasts a Super Macro function, which enables life-sized, 1:1 magnification of small subjects. Easily accessible via the zoom control ring, this mode combines with the bright camera lens to deliver incredibly detailed images with sharp focus points and deep 'Bokeh'. For times when the shallow depth of field can make focusing tricky, the camera’s focus bracketing function, which is available during continuous shooting, can help. Choose to shoot 5, 11 or 21 frames continuously: the camera automatically shifts the focus position slightly with each frame, then instantly combines the images. And if you shoot in Super Macro mode with manual-priority AF, you can use focus peaking to emphasise the edge of the focus area in red, yellow, white or black. Whether you want to emphasise the beauty of a butterfly’s wings, or peeling paint in the evening sun, Super Macro mode unlocks a whole world of microscopic creativity.

Nikon DL24-85 review

Nikon DL24-85 price & review availability
The Nikon DL24-85 price in US dollar is set at $646.95. Retail prices vary from country to country. The sales package contains the following accessories: Nikon EN-EL24 rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery pack, Nikon UC-E21 USB Type-A male to Type-B micro male cable, Nikon AN-DCL1 strap, Nikon EH-73P charging AC adapter, Nikon LC-DL1 front lens cap, Nikon BS-4 accessory shoe cover. As soon as we receive a test sample, we will put this premium digital camera to the test and publish a in depth Nikon DL24-85 review, including a sample photo gallery with high resolution pictures and 4K UHD sample videos. Availability of colors and optional camera accessories may differ depending on the country. Please check the Nikon website in your region for more details.

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