A top-end snapper from Nikon is always big news round here, so we’re very excited about the impending arrival of the 12.4 mega pixel digital SLR, the D200. The successor to the awesome D100 will apparently include a 2.5inch LCD, Compact Flash and MicroDrive compatibility, Nikon’s usual raft of exposure modes and continuous shooting at 3 frames per second (fps). The big story though is that the camera boasts a new CMOS image sensor which features high image quality and high-speed 4-channel data output. Also included are new image processing algorithms which combine with optimized analog and digital white balance to apparently produce smoother, more consistent gradations with exceptionally pure color reproduction. There’s no news on price or launch as yet.
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