Monday, December 01, 2008

Nikon reveals Expensive and powerful new SLR

With a 24.5 megapixel sensor that covers ISO 50-6400, Nikon’s new DSLR camera- the D3x, has got quite a number of ‘cameraphiles’ salivating. Maybe it’s the fact that the camera can shoot 5 frames per second at full resolution or just that since its presence was leaked a while ago, the D3x has been much awaited; but we expect this camera to make quite a buzz once it actually hits the markets.

According to a release issued by Nikon, the D3x can record images as TIFF, JPEG or the RAW format, NEF in either 12 or 14 bit compressed or uncompressed formats. The release goes on to say that the camera also features Scene Recognition System, which continuously analyzes information from the 1,005-pixel RGB light sensor, to refine auto exposure, auto white balance and autofocus calculations. Nikon's 3D Color Matrix Metering II helps ensure accurate exposures and when used in combination with Active D-Lighting, it creates realistic contrast while compensating for lost shadows and highlights.

The D3x is expected to be launched this month and will cost a cool $8,000 (Rs.3,92,638).

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