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Nikon D2x dSLR website unveiled
Jasper Huitink : October 5th 2005 - 23:03 CET
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NikonNikon D2x dSLR website unveiled : Nikon Europe launches a new website today dedicated to its highly sophisticated Nikon D2x professional digital SLR camera, celebrating its amazing attributes and images taken using the Nikon D2x digital Single Lens Reflect, by leading professional photographers from around the world. ‘The Grand Total’ website features interviews, anecdotes and images from professional photographers in the United States of America, China, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The professionals featured address an exciting variety of disciplines, including sports, automotive, lifestyle, nature, wildlife and fashion photography.
Nikon D2x dSLR website unveiledNikon dSLR D2x - Nikkor lenses
Nikkor lenses are acknowledged as the best in the business, so Nikon Europe safeguards its users’ investment by making sure their collection of Nikkor lenses are compatible with the amazing potential of the high-resolution sensor of the Nikon D2x dSLR. The Nikon DX-format sensor achieves optimum quality by using the clearest part of the Nikon Nikkor lens: the centre. That means image resolution will be clean and sharp from edge to edge, as well as free from the dark, blurry areas.

Nikon D2x camera - CMOS sensor
The D2x uses a high-resolution DX-format CMOS sensor with 12.4 effective megapixels, which can easily be enlarged into beautiful A3-sized images fine enough for commercial publication. This sensor provides a wide dynamic range, with four independent colour channels to process reds, blues and greens individually, giving the user greater speed, precision and tonal range.

Nikon D2x SLR - Colour, gradation & tonal balance
The Nikon processing engine remains faithful to the subject, not the output device. The D2x offers accurate colour across the entire range. Like film, users will experience smooth gradation, excellent tonal balance and incredible detail - clean and sharp throughout the entire image.

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