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Nikon announced it’s new D80 D-SLR today, the latest in a long line of D-SLRs for the camera giant. The camera will replace the wildly popular Nikon D70s. The specs are impressive, 10.2-megapixel resolution, 2.5-inch LCD, 11-area AF system. The ISO range is an ample 100 to 1600. And perhaps most importantly, it is compatible with a wide range of Nikkor lenses and accessories. But Nikon isn’t rushing to adopt some of the new technologies that other vendors have brought to market. What is missing? As Terry Sullivan, PC Mag’s Camera Analyst, sees it:
The technologies include a Live View mode (Olympus, Panasonic), sensor-cleaning technology (Olympus, Sony), and a mechanical image-stabilization system (Panasonic’s Mega O.I.S and Sony’s Super SteadyShot system). Also, Olympus’ Evolt E-330 includes an articulating LCD to view the Live View mode with.
The only real technology shift is moving from CompactFlash to the increasingly popular SD memory card. Big deal. No doubt, this is going to be a killer camera that takes great pictures, but it seems to lack a bit in terms of innovation. Nikon doesn’t seem concerned, which is good news for its competitors.
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