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WIN a Nikon D50 digital SLR camera !
Mark Peters : April 21th 2005 - 23:47 CET
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NikonWIN a Nikon D50 digital SLR camera : If you’re after an easy and affordable way into digital SLR photography, then look no further than Nikon’s latest digital camera, the 6.1 megapixel Nikon D50. Styled like a film SLR, it’s packed with features that make it simple for novices to get great results but also offer a huge range of photo opportunities for more experienced photographers, and because it’s an SLR it lets you enjoy the benefits of Nikon’s legendary optics and superb range of accessories. The 7 pre-programmed modes take care of the exposure across a huge range of shooting situations, so you can concentrate on capturing the moment. And if you ever get stuck, there’s a handy ?help’ menu to explain many of D50’s features.
WIN a Nikon D50 digital SLR camera !Win a Nikon D50 digital SLR camera
A compact and lightweight SLR design, easily accessible controls, ultra-fast start-up, shutter speeds from 30-1/4000sec and long-life rechargeable batteries that last for up to 2000 images mean that with this camera you’ll never miss that special moment. And you don’t even need a computer to print out the results - the D50 uses the latest PictBridge technology to output directly to your printer. The Nikon D50 goes on sale at the end of June, priced £649 as a kit incl. a 18-55mm DX Nikkor zoom lens.

Win a Nikon D50 - Celebrate the release
To celebrate the release of this fantastic camera Nikon offers you the chance to win one in their D50 prize draw. Simply answer the question: Which pre-programmed mode will help you to capture great pictures of children?

Win the Nikon D50 - Information
If you are not certain about the answer, of if you just want to read a little bit more about this new SLR camera, LetsGoDigital delivers you the answer in our preview of the Nikon D50. Just click on the recommended link below and find out “Which pre-programmed mode will help you to capture great pictures of children?” Good luck!





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