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DCViews: review of the Nikon D70 SLR
Mark Peters : April 23th 2004 - 18:00 CET
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DCviewsIn December 2003 Nikon told the world of their plans of introducing a new digital SLR; the Nikon D70. At that moment nothing else was known about the specifications and a lot of rumours started floating around. Later, on January 28 2004, Nikon made an official announcement of Nikon D70's specifications. We were all amazed and kind of thrilled. Today the Nikon D70 is available worldwide and DCViews produced their opinion about this new DSLR from Nikon. The new D70 is a digital SLR camera that is within reach of many photography lovers now because of the attractive price. There are lots of people photographing with Nikon equipment who would like to step over to digital photography but are stopped because of the high costs of a digital SLR.
DCViews: review of the Nikon D70 SLRIntroducing the D70 brings digital reflex photography within reach. The recommended retail price is a lot more attractive than at the time of the introduction of the previous model; the D100. The D70 of course also uses the popular Nikon DX sensor format and the Nikon F-bayonet mount.

According to DCViews: "The fact that Nikon has included seven Digital Vari-Program selections shows that Nikon is not aiming this camera at the professional user but at the serious enthusiast who perhaps is making the switch from a digital compact to a digital SLR.", "Switch on the camera and it is ready to shoot instantly. There is no shutter lag time at all, auto focus is quick as lightning and capturing images is as fast as on a traditional SLR camera.", and "The D70 is a terrific camera with excellent build quality that delivers near perfect images at a price that is superb value for money."

Getting enthusiastic and want to know more about Nikon's eye-catching DSLR camera? Continue to read more about the Nikon D70 at DCViews?
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