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Nikon D3100 14.2MP Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR Nikkor Zoom Lens review

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[eluser]Unknown[/eluser]
Welcome to today’s product with a Nikon D3100 18-55vr Kit review, we know it now in a few lines, but it’s very interesting to all ages, families and young people and mothers of the happy moments with children and young people in their leisure time and trips and scenic
Technical Details

14.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor delivers lifelike images with vivid colors and reduced noise
EXPEED2 image processing engine provides enhanced movie recording, high-sensitivity performance and maximum image quality
High ISO (100-3200) light sensitivity – manually extendable up to ISO12800
D-Movie – full HD (1920 x 1080) movie clips: record beautiful high-definition (HD) movie clips with sound
GUIDE mode: quick and easy-to-use in-camera assistance

Product details

Item Weight: 499 g
Boxed-product Weight: 1.8 Kg
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Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Item model number: D3100
ASIN: B00403MA4M
Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Aug 2010
Nikon D3100 18-55vr Kit review:

The D3100 is the latest incarnation of a line of cameras that – if we’re brutally honest – we find a bit annoying. In an effort not to bamboozle first-time SLR users, it presents most photographic options via the LCD screen and navigation pad. That might feel familiar for compact camera owners, but are labelled buttons really so terrifying? We much prefer controls that keep key settings within easy reach and encourage experimentation.

nikon d3100 reviews:

So it is with a heavy heart that we’re forced to admit that the D3100 is comfortably the best entry-level digital SLR currently available. It’s a big upgrade on the D3000, with a vastly improved sensor, live view, 1080p video recording and an HDMI out. Lens distortions and chromatic aberrations are now corrected in-camera, and the faster processor means using these features and others doesn’t diminish performance.
nikon d3100 reviews:

Continuous shooting is still at a relatively pedestrian 3fps (2.9fps in our tests) but lasted for an impressive 25 RAW frames, and then only gently slowed to 2.1fps with a fast SDHC card. Unlike most of its competitors, the D3100 continues to focus in continuous mode, and the 3D Tracking feature helps it follow moving subjects. There’s still no exposure bracketing or in-body focus motor, though. The latter means Nikon’s excellent 50mm f/1.8 lens doesn’t work on this camera, but the 35mm f/1.8 lens is a superb alternative.
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[eluser]brucebat[/eluser]
Sorry I have already purchased a Canon 550D which has 18.7mp Smile


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