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Nikon D2Xs
Nikon D2Xs digital SLR Sensor: 12.4 Mpixel CMOS / 23.7x15.7mm
Image size: 4288x2848 pixels / 3:2
Lens mount: Nikon F mount / DX compatible (x1.5 coverage)
Screen: 2.5in, 235K pixels
Memory format: CF / Microdrive
Size: 158x150x86 mm / 6.2x5.9x3.4in
Weight: 1.07kg / 2lb 6oz (body ex battery)
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Announced: June 2006
Nikon's D2Xs is an upgraded version of the company's flagship DSLR. Refinements include a screen with a wider viewing angle, longer battery life, and a mask in the viewfinder when using the high speed crop mode. It still features 12.4 Mpixel resolution, an 11 area AF system, shutter speeds from 30 seconds to 1/8000 plus Bulb, 100 to 3200 ISO sensitivity and continuous shooting at 5fps in full resolution, or 8fps in a cropped 7 Megapixel mode.





Nikon D200 - full review / lens group test
Nikon D200 Sensor: 10.2 Mpixel CCD / 23.6x15.8mm
Image size: 3872 x 2592 pixels / 3:2
Lens mount: Nikon F mount / DX (x1.5 coverage)
Screen: 2.5in, 230K pixels
Memory format: CF / Microdrive
Size: 147x113x74mm / 5.8x4.5x2.9 in
Weight: 830g / 1lb 13oz (body ex battery)
Check best price: USA
Announced: November 2005
Nikon's D200 is a 10.2 Megapixel digital SLR with build quality and handling aimed at the serious amateur through to the professional photographer; indeed many of its features are taken directly from the top-of-the-range D2X. But is the D200 merely an upgrade for budget DSLR owners, or a genuine professional workhorse which can hold its own against the D2X? Find out in our full Nikon D200 review and see our Nikkor 18-200mm VR review for a popular lens / body combo.
 


Nikon D50 - see our full review
Nikon D50 digital SLR Sensor: 6.1 Mpixel CCD / 23.7x15.6mm
Image size: 3008 x 2000 pixels / 3:2
Lens mount: Nikon F mount / DX compatible (x1.5 coverage)
Screen: 2in, 130K pixels
Memory format: SD
Size: 133x102x76mm / 5.2x4x3in
Weight: 540g / 1lb 3oz (body ex battery)
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Announced: April 2005
The D50 is Nikon's first entry-level digital SLR and features a unique Child Mode, designed to "take memorable pictures of the little ones". Despite the entry-level tag though, there's plenty of control and features which will appeal to enthusiasts. The big question is whether they'll be better served by the higher-end D70s model? Find out in our full Nikon D50 review
 





Nikon D70s
Nikon D70s digital SLR Sensor: 6.1 Mpixel CCD / 23.7x15.6mm
Image size: 3008 x 2000 pixels / 3:2
Lens mount: Nikon F mount / DX compatible (x1.5 coverage)
Screen: 2in, 130K pixels
Memory format: CF / Microdrive
Size: 140x111x78 mm / 5.5x4.4x3.1in
Weight: 600g / 1lb 5oz (body ex battery)
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Announced: April 2005
Nikon's D70s digital SLR delivers 6.1 Megapixel resolution in a well-built body with a Nikon F and DX lens mount; the sensor size results in all lenses effectively having their focal length multiplied by 1.5 times. The D70s has an 5 area AF system, shutter speeds from 30 seconds to 1/8000 plus Bulb, 3fps continuous shooting and 200 to 1600 ISO sensitivity.
 



Nikon D2X digital SLR - see our Nikon D2X test results
Nikon D2X digital SLR Sensor: 12.4 Mpixel CMOS / 23.7x15.7mm
Image size: 4288x2848 pixels / 3:2
Lens mount: Nikon F mount / DX compatible (x1.5 coverage)
Screen: 2.5in, 235K pixels
Memory format: CF / Microdrive
Size: 158x150x86 mm / 6.2x5.9x3.4in
Weight: 1.07kg / 2lb 6oz (body ex battery)
Check best price: USA / UK
Announced: September 2004
Nikon's D2X digital SLR delivers 12.4 Megapixel resolution in a tough magnesium alloy body with a Nikon F and DX lens mount; the sensor size results in all lenses effectively having their focal length multiplied by 1.5 times. The D2X has an 11 area AF system, shutter speeds from 30 seconds to 1/8000 plus Bulb, 100 to 3200 ISO sensitivity and continuous shooting at 5fps at full resolution, or 8fps in a cropped 7 Megapixel mode.
 



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