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Announcement specifications Nikon D70
Dennis Hissink : January 28th 2004 - 08:00 CET
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NikonThe Nikon D70 was introduced world-wide beginning of December 2003. The specifications were not revealed then but today we can announce them. The new D70 is a digital SLR camera that is within reach of many photography lovers now because of the attractive price. There are lots of people photographing with Nikon equipment who would like to step over to digital photography but are stopped because of the high costs of a digital reflex camera. Introducing the D70 brings digital reflex photography within reach. The recommended retail price is a lot more attractive than at the time of the introduction of the previous model; the D100. The D70 of course also uses the popular Nikon DX sensor format and the Nikon F-bayonet mount.
Announcement specifications Nikon D70This guarantees interchanging of almost all AF Nikkor lenses, amongst them most certainly the DX Nikkor lenses, specially designed for the Nikon digital SLR cameras. Together with the Nikon D70 Nikon introduces the new AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED, a lens that perfectly fits to a product like the Nikon D70.

The operation is fast, simple and intuitive because of the logical setting of the buttons and the easy accessible multi-lingual menus on the large TFT colour monitor. The handy select button offers direct access to the improved Scene settings (Digital Vari-Program) for a number of personal and automatic functions which help you to make perfect digital images under all thinkable circumstances.

The built-in flash pops up automatically when there is insufficient light, and can be used until a shutter speed of 1/500 sec. Nikon's new i-DDL flash technology is also supported by the D70. To enable the full use of the advanced flash possibilities a new Speedlight flash is also introduced: the Nikon SB-600.

The D70 is ready to use the moment it is turned on. The camera has a buffer for 12 JPEG (Large) images that can be captured at a rate of 3 images per second. For more possibilities of editing after a picture is taken, the camera can also store in RAW format (NEF files), or a combination of RAW+JPEG. The ISO values can be adjusted from ISO 200 until 1600 and can be varied according to the user's own desire. The rechargeable EN-EL3 Lithium-Ion battery guarantees hundreds of images with recharging once.

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