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Monday, August 1, 2005

Nikon D50


A capable new player at the budget end of the D-SLR spectrum

 

A capable new player at the budget end of the D-SLR spectrum

The camera is compatible with the Nikon iTTL flash metering system for accurate flash exposures and the ability to use wireless auxiliary flash units. Shoot in virtually any lighting conditions by adjusting ISO sensitivity between ISO 200 and 1600. The Nikon F-mount is optimized for use with DX lenses, providing limited compatibility with older AF and MF Nikkor lenses. A five-area autofocus system features user-selectable target areas, with both focus priority and continuous focus modes. The camera features an effective resolution of 6.1 megapixels from a 3008 x 2000-pixel CCD. The continuous firing mode delivers 2.5 fps with uninterrupted shooting for up to 137 frames. Shutter speeds vary from 30 to 1/4000 sec., with a flash sync of 1/500 sec. Seven digital Vari-Program modes include Night, Close-Up and Landscape modes.

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