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Mark Peters : May 23th 2005 - 01:00 CET

Nikon D50 preview


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NikonNikon D50 preview : Nikon Corporation has raised the stakes in the digital camera market with the launch of its Nikon D50 entry level interchangeable-lens digital SLR model. Designed to make it easier than ever to enjoy outstanding digital SLR picture quality easily and instantly, the Nikon D50 combines Nikon's patented digital and photographic performance with the compelling optical performance of its Nikkor interchangeable lenses. The result means the Nikon D50 delivers expanded shooting options only available in a quality digital SLR camera, making exceptional digital SLR photography a reality for everyone. Nikon has enhanced and simplified its scene-optimized Digital Vari-Program to improve picture taking.
Nikon D50 previewNikon D50 - Vivid and Sharp
The new 6.1 effective Megapixel Nikon DX Format CCD imaging sensor produces 3,008 x 2,000 pixel images with accurate color, high resolution and sharp details for great pictures capable of significant enlargement, or cropping for creative effect. File sizes remain manageable, making it easier to take and store more great pictures. The advanced digital image processor marks a further evolution of analogue and digital processing and pre-conditioning technologies, producing images that are ready to print straight from the camera.

Nikon D50 - Accurate and Predictable
Seven Digital Vari-Program selections for automatic adjustment of settings necessary to produce incredible digital photographs, including ISO-equivalent sensitivity, white balance, sharpening, tone (contrast), color, saturation and hue for crisp and vivid results that match the intended shot. Selections include Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Child, Sports, Close up, and Night Portrait. Image enhancement options provide versatile sharpening, tone (contrast), color, saturation or hue while using Auto Multi Program [P], Shutter-Priority Auto [S], Aperture-Priority Auto [A], or Manual [M] exposure modes to help match picture taking situations. The easy-to-set choices include Normal, Vivid, Sharp, Soft, Direct print, Landscape or Custom optimization. Automatic control over ISO-equivalent sensitivity from ISO 200 to 1600; can also be set manually. To maximize performance throughout the infinite range of potential picture scenes, D50 provides a choice of three TTL (Through The Lens) exposure modes: 3D Color Matrix Metering II for quick changing conditions, Center-Weighted for strong backlighting and more personal control, and Spot Meters that give you total control of exposure when you have lots of time to set up the shot.

Nikon D50 - Ready to shoot
Unlike many other digital SLR models, the new Nikon D50 is ready to shoot within a fraction of a second (0.2 seconds) of the power being turned on. In addition, the shutter's release lag time is also minimized for near-instant response, addressing one of the most common frustrations experienced by digital photographers. When required, the D50 is capable of maintaining continuous shooting at 2.5 frames per second for bursts of up to 137 pictures, making action photography a reality. Pictures are instantly processed and recorded to the photographer's compact Secure Digital memory card, with a new USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface included to support faster image transfer when connected to a compatible computer. The Nikon D50's choice of shutter speed extends from 30 sec. to an action-stopping 1/4,000 sec. A high-speed flash sync speed of up to 1/500 sec. makes great fill flash photography possible; Nikon technology makes it automatic and a bulb setting is also included for long exposures. The shutter is designed to ensure fast curtain action for consistent operation and accurate, predictable results, even at high speed settings. AUTO ISO maximizes available light by automatically setting ISO-equivalent sensitivity across the available range of 200 to 1600. The Nikon D50 also allows users to set ISO sensitivity manually, enabling greater personal control.

Nikon D50 Review
We were able to get our hands on the new Nikon D50 and worked day and night to make sure we can provide you with an exclusive preview of the new Nikon D50 and the Nikon D70s digital SLR camera. So make sure to click on the related link below this article and read more about the new Nikon digital SLR cameras; Nikon D50 and Nikon D70s. Enjoy!





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