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Imaging Resource: extended review Nikon D2H
Dennis Hissink : December 19th 2003 - 18:54 CET
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Imaging-ResourceOur good friends from Imaging Resource have worked hard to get the beast under control! The new Nikon D2H, a frame rate killing machine, has been tested thoroughly and had to face the naked truth. At first pre-production samples had been going around and the first reactions were very direct and sometimes emotional. Later on, when everybody realized that these samples were not final yet, things started to calm down. This time those of you who can't wait getting their hands on this beauty just have to read the extended and thorough review! The Nikon D2H had an impressive debut, today the D2H will be around in the field. The Nikon D2H is a DSLR with a new internally-developed LBCAST sensor technology and a resolution of 4 Megapixels.
This new Nikon top model is fast, to us the words of Imaging Resource "Extremely fast!". The D2H features the standard Nikon F lens mount, which means that most of the Nikon 35mm lenses can be attached.

According to Imaging Resource;" I found the D2H overall to be the most enjoyable camera to shoot with that I've yet had the pleasure of using. Its user interface is one of the most transparent I've encountered, and the camera just felt "right" when using it.", "Start up is very fast, the D2H is clearly the fastest-starting camera I've tested to date." and "Extremely fast, the camera could capture images about as fast as my finger could press the shutter button"

Ready to read an extended review about a very exciting Digital SLR? Prepared to spend you money or still have any doubts, hop op over to Imaging Resource and continue your journey into the professional Nikon world?
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