Nikon Introduces New Version of Its Smallest Digital SLR Camera
Mar 7, 2007
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Nikon recently introduced the new D40x digital SLR camera, designed to allow users to take high-resolution photographs at the touch of a button. The D40x maintains the same compact size, portability and ease-of-use as its already successful sister camera, the D40, and adds features like higher 10.2 megapixel resolution, faster continuous shooting capability and wider ISO sensitivity. Digital SLR cameras are the tool of choice among the majority of professional photographers, though some people have found them to be complex or bulky. With the D40x, consumers don't have to sacrifice the quality of their pictures anymore. The D40x inherits many advanced technologies from Nikon's professional models, but was designed specifically to make taking pictures easier for everyone.

The Nikon D40x is able to capture photos instantly, virtually eliminating the frustrations of shutter delay typically associated with point-and-shoot digital cameras. The D40x powers-up in a near-instant 0.18 second and can shoot up to 3 pictures per second, non-stop for up to 100 shots. The camera reacts instantly when the shutter button is pressed, and images are immediately recorded to the camera's SD memory card.

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