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Nikon D400: An ideal compromise.
T he D400 DSLR is a great compromise between price and quality. The new camera is meant to replace the last year’s popular D300, a camera which can be fully appreciated not only by amateurs, but also many professionals.
The D400 specifications fully meet the requirements for modern mid-range priced cameras.
A 14.3 Megapixel CMOS matrix is used in this camera, with an ISO range of 100 to 6400 and a 7 frame-per-second capability. An interesting feature of this new camera is the ability to shoot video at 1080p and 24fps. All of this makes the D400 not only a great picture camera, but also not too bad of a video camera.
For media storage, CF/UDMA cards are used.
The camera is equipped with a liquid crystal display with a diagonal of 3.5″ and a resolution of 922,000 pixels.
The LCD is able to dynamically adjust the brightness and color following a change in ambient lighting, thus providing an accurate representation.
The safety of the optical and electronic components is assured through the use of a magnesium alloy frame. Rubber gaskets are used for each button to prevent moisture from entering the case.
The estimated price will be around $2000, which is a great price for what this camera has to offer.
As it's a D300 replacement it will not be full frame. Now if they just made a full frame version that would be ace!