First shots of Nikon’s newest DSLR and flash
The camera has Nikon’s FX-format sensor with an ISO range of 200 to 6400, as well as continuous shooting abilities at up to five frames per second — which can be bumped up to a spectacular 8fps with the battery pack attached.
Nikon’s SB900 Speedlight
The camera has its own proprietary 51-point autofocus system, with a Scene Recognition System that ensures optimum focusing in all situations.
Also released was Nikon’s SB900 Speedlight flash unit, sporting an extensive LCD panel and the ability to accept firmware upgrades through supported Nikon cameras — a first for any manufacturer. In addition, the flash can be used wirelessly to provide creative lighting for any scene.
Released yesterday, the D700 is a 12.1 megapixel digital SLR camera with a wide range of features borrowed from Nikon's flagship D300 model.
Nikon SB900 Speedlight
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