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Dennis Hissink : April 15th 2004 - 01:12 CET
Imaging Resource: review of the Nikon D70

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Imaging-ResourceDave Etchells from the well-known and thorough American based website Imaging-Resource has tested the Nikon D70 and well according to Dave: "I'll save you the suspense though, and say right up front that I *really* liked this camera". We already read and received many enthusiastic reactions of fresh D70 users and after reading the first few reviews on the Internet we may conclude that Nikon succeeded in their difficult task; to produce a new DSLR with a competitive price, but not cripple the features. The Nikon D70 has become available some weeks ago and received a warm welcome by many Nikon fans, but I bet they got and will get a lot of attention from starters too! The D70 uses the Nikon DX sensor format.
Imaging Resource: review of the Nikon D70 This sensor provides an effective resolution of 6 Megapixels. The camera features the Nikon F-bayonet mount therefore nearly all AF Nikkor lenses and of course the specially designed DX Nikkor lenses are interchangeable.

According to Dave: :"Nikon really got just about everything right, offering a lot more features and capability than the Digital Rebel, at only a slight premium in price.", "Any start-up delay was completely undetectable. Very fast.", and "It's a tremendously capable d-SLR that noticeably advances the state of the art for cameras anywhere close to its price point".

Can't hold your breath any longer? Seeking for the latest professional opinion before running to your local dealer? Hop on over to Imaging Resource to read more about Nikon's latest top model!




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