Monday, 8 February 2010

Nikon D3s DSLR Becomes Official 12MP D3s Brings Improved Light Sensitivity, 51-pt Autofocus, 720p HD Video & 102,400 Extended ISO

Nikon has just gone official with one of the most craved-for DSLRs of
the last couple of months, the new Nikon D3s. Long rumored, the new
Nikon D3s is meant for the professional photographer looking for a
powerful tool that brings superior image quality and high speed performance.
Bringing improved light sensitivity, the camera comes with a
12-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor, shoots up to ISO 12,800 in normal
settings plus expanded settings to an astounding 102,400 extended ISO
— that helps coming up with images previously thought impossible .
The new Nikon D3s not only looks solid, it is solid. The camera comes
with the standard 51-point autofocus, shoots 9 frames per second at full
resolution (or 11 fps at a lower-resolution DX crop), features an
improved 100% viewfinder and adds better 720p HD video (1280×720 at
a cinematic 24fps) with better low light conditions. It also comes with
dual CF cards with overflow, backup and copy options — cards that
will help you shoot RAW and JPEG separately, if needed.
Adding to the whole list of goodies, the new Nikon D3s has a rugged and
precise magnesium alloy construction, a 3-inch super-density 921,000-dot
VGA LCD monitor, can snap JPEG photos while videos are being played and
comes with basic editing features. Kind of neat, eh?
Nikon D3s is expected to sell starting late November for something shy
of $5,200. However we can't help but wonder why the UK price is pound
sterling4200 — which is a LOT more than five thousand dollars!
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