'High-definition (720p24) video capture.'
'User-friendly yet full-featured.'
'excellent quality video'
'barely useful Picture Project RAW processing software'
'One bit of bad news on the D40x flash – the maximum flash sync speed is down to 1/200 th of a second'
'the D40x lacks some of the nice features of other cameras in this class, such as dust reduction, depth-of-field preview, and more than 3 focus points.'
'The D40x's only downsides will seem minor to most inexperienced digital SLR users.'
'Second status LCD has been eliminated.'
'Canon Rebel XTi lacks a spot metering mode'
'good general purpose starter lens'
'No dedicated status display.'
'It's fit and finish are excellent, and though it's light, it feels very solid'
'The D50 is a pretty complex camera
'The D50 is a bit smaller and lighter'
'55-200 mm offers a lightweight and affordable 'big zoom' addition'
'When I shot close up with a wide lens and the pop-up flash, the lens cast a very noticeable shadow at the bottom of the frame.'
'its resolution isn't stunning.'
'The camera is PictBridge-enabled for direct printing to compatible photo printers.'
'The $1500 price tag for just the body of this 8.2-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera puts it out of the reach of most amateurs'
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