Nikon yesterday announced their new D300s DSLR camera, giving its 2-year-old semi-pro DSLR D300 quite a modest upgrade.
The D300s still keeps its predecessor's DX-format 12.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, but adds new features such as automatic Active D-Lighting, one-touch Live View, 24 fps, 720p D-Movie recording with Autofocus, 7 fps burst mode (or 8 with the optional battery pack), and a stereo microphone input.
The camera still retains its rock-solid build, great 51-point AF sensor, and 3-inch, 920,000 pixel LCD display, and will be available in late August for around US$1800.
Articles: Uncrate, OhGizmo!
Press Release: Nikon