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Nikon D70s preview

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NikonNikon D70s preview : Nikon Corporation has further strengthened its position in the digital SLR market with a new digital SLR camera, the Nikon D70s, which inherits the image quality, high performance and user-friendliness of the award-winning D70 while introducing elements that help photographers further exploit their creative potential to the full. The Nikon D70s uses the Nikon DX Format sensor and Nikon F lens mount design shared by all Nikon SLR cameras for seamless compatibility with all AF Nikkor lenses, as well as the expanding family of high quality DX Nikkor lenses. Designed and built to exacting standards, every aspect of the Nikon D70s' functionality has been optimized to keep the photographer on top of the action.
Nikon D70s previewNikon D70s - Creativity
Shutter speeds of 30 to 1/8,000 sec. ensure the user has full creative control and built-in auto pop-up flash can synchronize at shutter speeds of up to 1/500 sec. for great fill flash effects. Its new optimized design also increases flash coverage to support lenses as wide as 18mm. Sensitivity can be set between ISO 200 to 1600 or controlled automatically (Auto ISO) across the same range of settings to maximize available light. Powering up in a mere 0.2 seconds, the Nikon D70s is ready to shoot the instant it is turned on.

Nikon D70s - Control
The 5-area autofocus system features a cross-type sensor in the center, broad frame coverage, and class-leading low light detection, but has been improved to deliver greater precision with fast, more consistent subject acquisition and improved focus tracking. An AF-assist illuminator to help maximize performance when shooting in low lighting conditions is also included. The Nikon D70s' advanced System LSI processor produces fine, vivid, clear colours while maximizing the speed of file compression, memory buffer handling, simultaneous recording of JPEG and NEF (Nikon Electronic Format) files, and near-instant LCD image display.

Nikon D70s - Speed and Precision
The Nikon D70s is able to continuous shoot at 3 frames per second for a continuous burst of up to 144 pictures thanks to improved buffer memory handling, faster image processing, increased memory card access speed and greater system bus bandwidth. Due to a short shutter time lag is hardly noticeable. The improved 5-area AF system with predictive focus tracking and Lock-on delivers greater precision with fast, more consistent subject acquisition and improved focus tracking to ensure quick response and sharp focus, while an AF-assist illuminator helps ensure top performance in dark situations. Additionally the Nikon D70s' fast shutter speed with a range from 30 to 1/8,000 sec. for full creative control, and fast flash sync shutter speeds up to 1/500 sec. is available for great fill-effects under brighter light and difficult back-lighted conditions.

Nikon D70s - Shoot it right
The 6.1 effective Megapixel Nikon DX Format CCD image sensor features wide dynamic range and a high signal to noise ratio that produces 3,008 x 2,000-pixel images with high resolution and superbly sharp details. This is ideal both for making large prints, and for cropping for creative detail. Nikon's 3D Colour Matrix Metering, with 1,005-pixel sensor, automatically delivers consistently accurate exposure levels by measuring brightness, colour, contrast, selected focus area, and subject-to-camera distance information for each shot, and then referencing the results against an onboard database of 30,000 real life photographic scenes. Variable center-weighted metering and a choice of five spot meters are also available, as are exposure compensation, and auto exposure bracketing. The Nikon D70s produces natural coloration by matching white balance to the light source of the shot. An Advanced Auto white balance feature is capable of handling most situations, although flexible options include white balance bracketing, a choice of six specific manual settings with fine-tuning, as well as a preset option for using a grey or white object as a reference for white balance.

Nikon D70s - digital camera preview
We were able to get our hands on the new Nikon D70s and worked day and night to make sure we can provide you with an exclusive preview of the new Nikon D70s and the Nikon D50 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 D70s and Nikon D50. Enjoy!

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