Sunday, May 20, 2012

New Nikon D50 Review

Continuous shooting at 2.5 frames per second can be maintained for a continuous burst of up to 137 pictures, so that action photography a reality. Captured images are processed instantly and recorded to a tiny SD (Secure Digital) memory card  interface means faster transfer of images to your computer.

With the introduction of the D50, Nikon also introduced two new, affordable DX-Nikon lenses: the AF-S DX Zoom-Nikon 18-55mm and AF-S DX Zoom-Nikon 55-200mm. Nikon Picture Project software is designed to make it easy to share, manage and edit images on your computer. Nikon D50 features:
6.1-megapixel CCD imager yielding 3008 x 2000 pixel images

Compact and lightweight digital SLR
Program w / shift, aperture priority and manual modes
Shutter speed 30 to 1/4, 000 second

Image enhancement options optimize sharpening color, saturation and hue
Three TTL exposure control: 3D Color Matrix Metering II with 420-pixel RGB Sensor Weighted or Spot metering

On-screen menus for playback, recording, custom functions and Setup
3D Multi Balanced Fill-Flash with SB-600 SB-800 flashes
Secure Digital memory card
USB 2.0 High Speed interface data and control line

Long-life rechargeable battery with power to shoot
Custom Settings for camera operation
remote control with the optional ML-L3 Remote Control
When photographers needed a reminder of how quickly the digital SLR

In addition to the new emerging photographers, the Nikon D50 would also be desirable for more experienced photographers want a cheap, fun to use DSLR. The Nikon D50 has a full lineup of DSLRs. Your Nikon D70 is a huge success in the market and offers a unique combination of image quality and performance. The Nikon D2X and D2Hs Nikon certainly fill that role well, and the Nikon D50 is one of the ways to be able to Nikon, and to continue financing the development of next-generation panels will. I'm currently using a Nikon D2X with an F6 film.

In the digital world, they probably started the era of mass-market professional digital SLR cameras with their original D1 several years ago. Because the digital SLR market continues to move more mainstream, the Nikon D50 seems poised perfectly to capture a large down" its capabilities for advanced

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