Nikon D3X Review
We review the Nikon D3X
With 24.5 million effective pixels the D3X is Nikon’s highest resolution SLR.
As a full-frame camera there’s no focal length multiplication factor and lenses produce the same view as they do on a traditional 35mm camera.
The high pixel count and Nikon’s superb noise control mean that images from the D3X have lots of sharp detail.
Images may be shot at up to 5fps in full-frame mode or 7fps in DX Crop mode, so the D3X can turn its hand to most types of photography, but it is ideally suited to studio, landscape and still life work were detail is of paramount importance.
Read our full review of the Nikon D3X on Techradar.
on Monday, November 7th, 2011 at 2:52 pm under Nikon SLRs, Reviews.
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Tags: Full Frame, Nikon D3X, Nikon DSLRs