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DCViews Nikon D70s digital camera review
Dennis Hissink : June 12th 2005 - 14:45 CET
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DCviewsDCViews Nikon D70s digital camera review : The Dutch portal web site DCViews has published their review of the latest Nikon digital SLR member, the Nikon D70s. The Nikon D70s already became a favorite and is one of Nikon's answers to all the digital Canon violence. The new digital SLR camera is equipped with a 6 Megapixel image sensor. 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.
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A first glimpse shows that the Nikon D70s is almost identical to its predecessor Nikon D70. But according to DCViews: "Just like some other DSLR manufacturers, Nikon have replaced the 1.8" monitor on the back by a 2.0" model which makes reviewing images much more comfortable. When switching on the camera, which is lightning fast as already mentioned - you will notice that the menu system and its lay-out have been slightly redesigned, employing a larger type-face making items easier to read."

DCViews - Conclusion
Seeing that Nikon already had a very good DSLR in the D70, it is interesting to see that they still managed to improve the camera with a number of welcome features. DCViews has welcomed the Nikon D70s enthusiastic and concludes that the new Nikon D70s digital camera is a welcome product for the digital SLR market. Looking for a new digital SLR? Read the full review by clicking on the link below.

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