Laiq QureshiAug 24, 2007 18:00:00 IST
Nikon yesterday launched the D300 camera that also supports the new DX-format. It’s equipped with a 12.3 effective-megapixel DX Format CMOS image sensor with integrated A/D converter, 51-point AF system, Scene Recognition System for optimal autofocus, auto exposure and auto white balance performance.
The D300 also provides the composition and focusing ease of a large new pentaprism viewfinder that provides full frame coverage; an expansive 920,000-dot, high-resolution 3-inch LCD monitor with wide viewing angle.
The CMOS sensor's integrated A/D converter features the ability to select between 12-bit and 14-bit conversion, making it possible to shoot using high-quality 14-bit NEF (RAW) format. The D300 is capable of shooting at a rapid 6 fps, and as fast as 8 fps when using the Multi-Power Battery Pack MB-D10, in continuous bursts of up to 100 shots at full 12.3 megapixel resolution. The Nikon D300 is also the first digital SLR to support next-generation high-speed card UDMA, which enables high speed recording.
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