24.5-Megapixel D3X Nikon DSLR

Nikin's D3X DSLR has a 24.5-megapixel CMOS FX format sensor that you can go for full resolution shooting at 5 FPS, ISO from 100-1600 (up to 50-6400 if you like). It captures photo in TIFF, JPEG or NEF (RAW) file formats with up to 138MB size.


With Extreme 24.5-Megapixel Resolution, Processed Image Files Exceeding 138 MB, Five Frame-per-Second Burst Speed and Nikon Core Technologies, the D3X Ushers in a New Level of Image Quality

MELVILLE, N.Y. (Nov. 30, 2008) – Nikon Inc. today announced the D3X, an FX-format digital SLR featuring extreme 24.5-megapixel resolution and superb low-noise capabilities, which provides professional photographers with commercial-quality image performance in a familiar and extraordinarily versatile D-SLR form factor. In conjunction with the groundbreaking Nikon FX-format D3, the D3X tops off a collection of flagship level, rugged, professional caliber digital single lens reflex cameras engineered to excel in all types of professional photographic disciplines from photojournalism and sideline sports, to commercial in-studio applications.

The foundation of the enhanced performance of the D3X is its FX-format, 24.5-megapixel (6048 x 4032) CMOS sensor providing commercial, high fashion, fine art and landscape photographers with the extreme resolution, dynamic range, color depth, detail and sharpness that clients demand. Whether creating catalogs, magazine covers, billboards or gallery prints, the large 5.49-micron pixel size and high signal to noise ratio produces vibrant images with breathtaking image fidelity while reducing lost highlights and shadows, and ensuring smoother tone reproduction with minimized noise. With full resolution shooting speeds of up to five frames-per-second (fps), and 14-bit files, that when processed are approximately 138 MB, the D3X offers today's photographic artists an extreme level of performance and versatility ready for demanding assignments in the studio or on location.

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RED DSLR, 3D Camera

RED are taking on Canon and Nikon by launching a DSLR camera that can shoot stills and video. Just one of the many options in a brand new and completely modular system, you can configure exactly how you want your camera to be, with two different “brains” available (Scarlet and EPIC), 6 different Mysterium-X sensor sizes (including 617 / 186x56mm!), and literally millions of different combinations. The killer headline? Nikon and Canon mounts are supported! If you’ve ever wanted to create your own DSLR camera, this is your first ever opportunity (albeit an expensive one).

Website: RED DSLR Camera