'steep (AU$14,000) price tag'
'Double the megapixel count of the D3.'
'Highest image quality of any camera'
'great battery life'
'Lacks in-viewfinder focus-point indicators.'
'User-friendly yet full-featured.'
'excellent quality video'
'We found the Nikon D200's autofocus options excessively complex to master'
'a brand-new autofocus module'
'the noise levels at ISO 1600 are pretty disappointing'
'new AI aperture ring connector'
'Color balance indoors under incandescent lighting was very warm with the Auto white balance setting, with a strong yellow cast.'
'The Nikon D300 delivers the entire package with an overabundance of well-executed features, stellar performance, and excellent-quality shots.'
'12.3-megapixel Nikon D300'
'The monitor goes dark during capture, and the camera returns to viewfinder mode after the shooting sequence is completed.'
'no built-in flash'
'a new shutter, made of a Kevlar/carbon-fiber composite, leads the DSLR pack with its 300,000-cycle rating.'
'It's able to capture up to nine frames per second (fps) in FX (full frame) mode and 11fps in DX (1.5 crop) mode'
'The image sensor of the D3 is a CMOS sensor developed by Nikon with
36.9 x 23.9 mm, that is compliant with the area of 35 mm film'
'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.'
'Lacks exposure bracketing.'
'Second status LCD has been eliminated.'
'Canon Rebel XTi lacks a spot metering mode'
'good general purpose starter lens'
'No dedicated status display.'
'Images shot at ISO 1,600 are fairly noisy'
'The camera averaged 1,650 lines of resolution, which is just above the low end of the range for an 8MP camera.'
'The 8-megapixel body alone sells online for $550'
'At ISO 1600 things are pretty noisy'
'the grip should feel suitable to a range of hand sizes'
'Nikon does not include a memory card with the D50'
'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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