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PBase Animator vs. Animation by ~alanbecker Nikon D70 Review The Nikon D70 is aimed squarely at the "prosumer" digital SLR market, or in other words the same individuals that the F70 and F90 were aimed at with film cameras. In film cameras the F4 and F5 series distinguished themselves from their F70 and F90 counterparts in having the rugged construction and quality to stand up to rugged and reliable pro use, and similarly the D2h and D1x cameras continue to distinguish themselves in the pro segment. Many extensive reviews of the D70 have already been written and posted on the web by sites exclusively devoted to the purpose. In fact they formed the basis for my decision to purchase a D70, even before any units were available to be seen or handled. Instead of replicating these reviews, hopefully this review will capture some of the thoughts of a typical consumer targeted by Nikon, and will serve to stimulate discussion and capture information typically not addressed in those "other" reviews. Where to Buy Nikon D70 Specifications The Sensor Oh! Flash
Photography by Scott Haefner Nikon D70 Digital Camera Review Flash Digital Camera Home > Digital Camera Reviews > Nikon Digital Cameras > Nikon D70 Exposure Available exposure modes include Program AE, Manual, Aperture Priority, and Shutter Priority modes. ISO sensitivity ranges from 200 to 1600, adjustable by pressing the ISO button and turning the Main command dial to change the setting on the Status LCD. White balance can be fine tuned by pressing the WB button and turning the sub-command dial. The D70 has three metering options, 3D Matrix, Center Weighted, and Spot. As to the other metering options for the D70, center-weighted metering takes a light reading from the entire image area, but places the greatest emphasis on a circular area in the center. The D70's Exposure compensation adjustment lightens or darkens the overall exposure anywhere from -5 to +5 EV units, in one-third step increments. The D100 also offers Sharpness, Tone Compensation (Contrast), and Hue adjustments, accessed through the Shooting menu.
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