Friday, 31 July 2009

Nikon D3000

And here it is, the latest offering from the Nikon DSLR stable.

The new D3000 model is packed with user friendly, intuitive features which have been designed to guide DSLR first timers towards capturing professional looking images at the click of a button.


Jordi Brinkman, Product Manager for Nikon Europe says: “The D3000 dispels the view that DSLR cameras are complicated and makes taking great pictures simpler than ever before. You can really concentrate on having fun with photography and the Guide mode helps you to get the best results with the minimum of fuss.”

The new intelligent Guide mode demystifies the often complex world of digital SLR photography by helping DSLR first timers to get the most from their images by recommending the appropriate settings for their subject or scene. The visual demonstrations help you to pre-visualise the end result and teach you how to improve your photography skills by clearly identifying the settings used to achieve the image. Once you have mastered the basic skills you can take your photography to the next level by testing out the more creative options within the guide mode.

If you're new to DSLR photography, then this may be the camera for you.

I've noticed that Park Cameras are taking pre-orders with delivery anticipated for the end of August.

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