Nikon latest DSLR D3100 Camera to be released soon

By on Aug 20, 2010 in Camera, Headlines Comments

Last Wednesday, Nikon announced D3100 as the latest addition to the DSLR camera series.

This compact D3100 features a high-resolution 14.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 3-inch LCD monitor, and will be packaged with an image-stabilized AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens.

In addition, it has a one-button 1080p HD video recording with sound and full-time focus. It is also the first DSLR with a real autofocus power. It uses Expeed 2 image processor, which Nikon claims that works to the overall image quality and speed performance.

Nikon D3100 also has a one-touch Live View and movie recording that allows you see the action, while the Scene Recognition System automatically chooses the ideal settings. The camera’s low light abilities are impressive, with an ISO range of 100 to 3200 that can expand up to 12,800 with the Hi-2 setting.

Photography enthusiasts can also appreciate the D3100’s system expandability, as it is compatible with more than 40 legendary NIKKOR AF-S interchangeable lenses. It offers a versatile built-in flash, and operates with Nikon’s Creative Lighting System, as well as its capability of Advanced Wireless Lighting when using the SB-900 Speedlight or the SU-800 Wireless Commander.

“People are stepping up to digital SLR cameras – consumers are embracing the enhanced performance, amazing image quality and options for lenses and accessories that only a D-SLR can provide,” said Lisa Osorio, general manager of marketing at Nikon Inc. “The D3100 is a camera that makes it easy to take beautiful pictures and will grow with the user, unlocking their potential and assisting in creating lasting memories or amazing art.”

Nikon D3100 will start to be visible in the market in the middle of September, 2010; with an amazing price of only $700.

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