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Steve's Digicams: full review Nikon D2H
Mark Peters : December 24th 2003 - 03:18 CET
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Steve's DigicamsOur good friend Steve has completed his review about the already famous Nikon D2H DSLR camera. This new Nikon top model is designed for photojournalists and sport shooters. The new Nikon D2H sets a new standard in speed and adds a pretty nice feature called Wi-Fi transmission with the optional Wireless transmitter WT-1 to it. This new DSLR camera has been introduced last August and is available since a few weeks now. We see the first reviews appearing here and there and as we expected the reviews are quite positive. Those of you who think in terms of Megapixels- criteria should definitely read the review. 4 Megapixels in the digital imaging world may look like a moderate figure, but remember the reason the D2H was designed for!
Steve's Digicams: full review Nikon D2HIt is no problem to blow up a 4 Megapixel image, but it is quite a task to design a camera that is able to shoot 40 full resolution JPEG images in 5 seconds! Once you have handled such a digital beast you will get impressed, really impressed!

According to Steve: "How fast is fast? The D2H captured images 4/10 second after the power switch was rotated, this time including photographer response time, rotating the power switch, auto focus, exposure setting, white balancing, raising the mirror, releasing the shutter, and recording the image. I experienced the same remarkably-short delay when waking the camera up from its Auto Meter-Off condition and it's the same time I measured for Auto focus shutter lag from a powered-on condition; the D2H really is ready to take pictures the instant it is powered on! You don't need to be concerned about the D2H's ability to capture spontaneous events; it will likely be ready before you are."

"I have only one disappointment with the D2H I've been testing - Nikon wants it back."

Hop on over to Steve's Digicams to read more about this remarkable new Nikon DSLR camera.




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