Nikon D3 D2x D40x D200 D300 Digital SLR Cameras video review

19 Sep

Visit also for details. Nikon D2xs Nikon D60 camera Two and a half years ago Nikon publicized the 6 megapixel Nikon D70, their first reasonable enthusiasts digital SLR, it proved to be a very well-known camera and strong competitor to the Canon EOS 300D (Digital Rebel). Just 15 months later Nikon revealed the Nikon D70s which was basically the same camera with a some subtle tweaks (improved AF, wider flash coverage, higher capacity battery, larger LCD monitor). And so just over 15 months on from the D70s Nikon present the latest incarnation of their ‘enthusiasts’ digital SLR line, the 10.2 megapixel Nikon D80. The Nikon D80 slots nicely between the entry-level Nikon D50 and the semi-professional professional Nikon D200, clearly based on the D70 design but also different enough to be seen as a completely new model. It features a ten megapixel DX format CCD (the same we presume as used by Sony in the DSLR-A100), the metering sensor from the D50 and numerous other items taken or modified from the D200. Nikon D2Hs and D2H are also wonderful cameras.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Sorry, except for the 10 minute clips this segment is uncut. It’s about an hour total. I walk through the most frequently used features of the D300, and some less frequently used. 2/6 Custom Settings Menu Autofocus Sub Menu Autofocus Activation Autofocus Point Illumination: Iluminated Red Bracket in viewfinder Built-in Autofocus Illuminator: Tiny flashlight Metering / Exposure Sub Menu Iso/EV sensitivity step values Center Weight Area Fine tune optimal Exposure Timers AE/Lock Sub Menu Shutter-realease button AE-L Auto meter off delay Self Timer Delay Shooting / Display sub Menu Monitor Off delay Viewfinder Grid Display: Default off, turn it on. Viewfinder warning display Continous low speed shooting mode: choose how slow low speed is Max continious release Shooting info on display: auto color of lay-over text LCD Illumination: top lcd light activation auto or manual Exposure delay mode Battery Order Bracketing / Flash sub menu Flash Sync Speed Flash shutter speed Flash control for built-in flash. Commander Mode


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