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Mark Peters : May 4th 2005 - 11:00 CET
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Digitalreview.caDigitalReview.ca sample images online : Our good Canadian friends from DigitalReview have posted some samples from Nikon latest D-SLR camera. The new D-SLR camera from Nikon is one of the latest products announced. DigitalReview are one of the first who were able to publish a series of samples taken at 200, 400 and 1000 ISO. The samples are made with a production sample using an AF-S DX 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G ED IF zoom lens. This Nikon zoom lens will be available with the new Nikon D-SLR camera in a kit package. At LetsGoDigital's office we had the new Nikon D-SLR camera in our hands. This unit was already giving very satisfied images which should be no surprise because the previous Nikon model shared similar hardware elements.
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According to DigitalReview.ca the images at high ISO settings taken with Nikon's latest D-SLR camera offer "a slight improvement in noise suppression? Looks like Nikon has tweaked some of the image processing in this area." The Canadian reviewer is very positive about the new Nikon D-SLR and concludes that the new D-SLR is offering "the same great responsiveness and image quality as its predecessor, and with the improvements made the new D-SLR will be a born winner.

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The samples posted on the web site of DigitalReview.ca are made inside and outside and from regular subjects like people, flowers and the interior of a shop. According to DigitalReview.ca the new Nikon D-SLR is attractive for a lot of consumers due to the fact that it offers also improvements in relation to the Auto Focus (AF) tracking technology, a larger 2-inch LCD display, a new menu design and support for the MC-D1 remote cord. We, at LetsGoDigital, are expecting a full production unit in the upcoming weeks, so expect a full digital camera review any moment from now!





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