New Nikon D3S to Be Available in November

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Budding photographers and professionals alike can rejoice as the new Nikon D3S has been officially confirmed for an early November release, which is just around the corner. The upcoming Nikon DSLR camera is one of the most advanced till date and you could certainly expect a really good quality camera. Being an upgraded version of the D3 model, you can only expect improvements in D3S. The camera comes with a 12.1 MP resolution and a full frame CMOS sensor.

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The Nikon DS3 camera can be used in most terrains and thankfully it even comes with the much needed dust reduction system. With an impressive ISO of 102,400 you could certainly expect this camera to solve all your photographic issues. The D3S allows you to capture HD videos at 24 frames per second, which is quite cool indeed. A drawback is that it will however not capture video at full HD.

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What I really like about the camera is that it is built against environmental damage from moisture, dust and heat while the shock resistant technology makes sure it will survive the bumpy ride to the remote destination where you may want to film or shoot. At $5,200, the Nikon D3S is one of the most expensive cameras to be launched this fall. If all this hi-tech terminology is getting on your nerves, you might want to check out this cool and cute Lego Camera and Video Camera studs, which would turn you into a geekish fashionista!

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2 thoughts on “New Nikon D3S to Be Available in November

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  2. Carl Barron.

    This thing looks like a Monster to me. I would have to cart this along in a ‘Shopping Trolley’ and have a ‘Car Battery’ spare in the trolley to charge up the huge lump of battery that comes with this thing.

    Don’t the designers ever use these things, because if they did they would design them smaller more compact and more user friendly.

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