Nikon D2X - Features|
Shooting speed in continuous shooting mode has been increased by using a 4-channel output method with the improvement of the speed of transferring image data from the image sensor to a flash card. This improvement allows the Nikon D2X to capture 12.4 Megapixel JPEG or RAW images at a rate of 5 fps in continuous shooting mode. Continuous shooting at a rate of up to 8 frames per second is possible by using a High Speed Cropped function that crops the center of an image at 6.8 Megapixel resolution.
Nikon D2X - Improved image process
In addition to the new dual-area image sensor, all image-processing functions have been either newly developed or refined. Tone characteristics have been improved with both analogue and digital processing for optimum color distribution. Moreover, the enhanced accuracy of digital processing in the ASIC provides smoother shading in gradual color changes, important for subjects, like a blue sky with very subtle tone changes within the blue range.
Nikon D2X - Color profile
The D2X also supports the sYCC color profile found in many of the latest printers. This means that the wider range of colors can be reproduced for printing JPEG data than the conventional color profile. Professional photographers will also appreciate the ability to select Adobe RGB in any of the three color modes. With its broader range of colors, the Adobe RGB profile is ideal for every stage of the professional photographer's workflow and compliments the Nikon Electronic Format file.