Nikon has officially launched their latest high end DSLR the Nikon D3s.
The Nikon D3s features a 12.1 megapixel sensor, an improved viewfinder, 51 point autofocus, 14-bit A/D conversion, and 16-bit image processing, plus twin CF slots.
When the Nikon D3 was released, it ushered in a new era of professional digital imaging. Today, the D3S will further reinforce Nikon’s leadership role in the photographic industry as a pioneer in performance-driven technologies that will again break once-rigid picture-taking barriers,” said Edward Fasano, general manager for Marketing, SLR Systems Products at Nikon Inc. “The ruggedly constructed D3S was engineered to address the real-world needs of professional photographers and provides them with a tool that, when combined with their skills, delivers stunning images in a broad range of shooting conditions and assignment requirements.”
The most notable feature of the D3s is the ISO range which goes up to 102,400, and it will shoot HD video in 720p.
The Nikon D3s will go on sale for $5,200 in the US, and £4,200 in the UK for the body only, it will be available at the beginning of November.
via Crunch GearFiled Under: Camera News, Technology News