Nikon D3S Professional DSLR Finally Out in November

Nikon D3S Professional DSLR
Today Corporation Nikon finally announced a release date for its well anticipated D3S Professional DSLR. It is company’s newest FX-format digital SLR flagship for fast response and high light sensitivity. There is no-dough it will become the predecessor of the world-renowned Nikon D3 and a brother of the Nikon D300s, it boasts a an ISO rating of up to 12800 which can be further boosted to 102,400. The 12.1-megapixel D3S has the capability to record videos in 720p at 24 frames per second with autofocus and a “new algorithm” to lessen the effect of rolling shutter.

The Nikon DS3 is expected to be in the United States in late November for an estimated price of $5,199.95 for body only.

2 Replies to “Nikon D3S Professional DSLR Finally Out in November”

  1. The Nikon DS3 certainly looks to be a great camera. I will be keeping my D300 and I won’t be rushing out to upgrade yet. A number of good cameras from Nikon have come out since my D300 was introduced but it still does everything I need. The only thing that would make me upgrade earlier than needed is the lure of HD video in the camera. If I was looking for a new camera then the The Nikon DS3 would be on top of my list as it sure has the features any pro will drool over.

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