Thursday, July 30, 2009

Nikon introduces D300S with HD video recording

In a move that won't surprise anyone that has been listening out for rumors, Nikon has launched the D300S, a refreshed version of its successful mid-level DSLR. Compared to the D300, It offers full 720p HD video recording, a faster 7 fps continuous shooting and Dual CF and SD card slots. It also sees an addition of a new Quiet drive mode and a dedicated Live View and Info button. The camera's recommended selling price is $1799.


Demetrius Freeman said...

honestly i think technology has finally reached the pause point now. (for this type of camera) Meaning improvements are now new features. I just ask one question why didnt they do this the first time around? Video was out and so were the other features.

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