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Nikon D300s Review

Review Date: Jan 6, 2010

Category: Serious to Advanced Amateur

Nikon D300s

Photoxels Editor's Choice 2009 - Advanced DSLR
Photoxels Editor's Choice 2009 - Advanced DSLR


The Nikon D300s DSLR is an affordable professional-grade DSLR. It is similar to the Nikon D300 and adds a slightly faster continuous shooting (7fps vs. 6fps), an improved Live View AF, and HD Movie. Like the D300, it incorporates many of the features of the top of the line D3.

The Nikon D300s has more features than the beginner photographer would ever need. It features Live View, which works like in most other DSLRs. Which is to say, it is not as fast as what you are used to on your consumer point-and-shoot digicams. The D300s is not really for the P&S crowd looking to upgrade to a DSLR nor is it for the amateur photographer looking for a first entry-level DLSR.

The professional photographer who already owns a Nikon DSLR and lens system will find the D300s to be a perfect backup DSLR. And if you are an advanced photographer looking to upgrade to a better DSLR, you should certainly consider the D300s.

You get superb handling, exceptional performance, a large, bright and clear optical viewfinder, a body sealed against dust and mositure, and excellent image quality with low noise and preserved detail up to ISO 800.

The Nikon D300s is very responsive and gives a feeling of confidence that it can tackle any challenges you may face as a serious photographer.

See if you fit the Nikon D300s User Profile below:

Nikon D300s
User Profile
Desire a quality 12.1 MP resolution digital SLR camera with excellent professional image quality.
Want exceptional response times with virtually no shutter lag (when using viewfinder).
Want fast and precise auto focus.
Want a full-featured digital camera with many pro features.
Want interchangeable lenses.
Want ability to add optional accessories, including powerful external flash.
Want auto-clean image sensor.


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