Nikon D40 Review 

The very first thing that you notice in the Nikon d40 review is regarding the weight. Now this is a very light weight camera and is very easy to carry around without the hassles of the bag and the baggage.

by Devika Rajpali Tuesday, April 05, 2011
The Nikon D40 is an all new affordable, compact, point-and-shoot digital SLR from Nikon, it follows on from the D50 but at a significantly lower price point and with a subtly different feature set. The biggest news however is probably fact that Nikon resisted the temptation to keep chasing megapixels (hooray for that) and instead appear to have concentrated on what makes a good camera, a decent viewfinder, short shutter lag, very short viewfinder blackout.

The very first thing that you notice in the Nikon d40 review is regarding the weight. Now this is a very light weight camera and is very easy to carry around without the hassles of the bag and the baggage. Along with the camera being a lightweight, it gives great results too. You have the liberty to blow-up the images without any limit. There are some great 20 -30 inches prints from the F40.

Besides the look, which is great and awesome, you will find the screen to be very fantastic. It is a big, sharp, bright, contrast and three-dimensional LGD screen that one has experienced. The resolutions are higher and therefore they are actually very sharp images. The Nikon d40 comes with great photo quality, minimal lens distortion, pleasing colors, low-noise images and excellent metering and exposure. The Nikon digital camera comes with 6 million pixels. The dslr camera is a great combination with the new AF-S 18-55 mm f3.5-5.6 GII ED lens.

You can also set the ultra compact SB-400 flash on top and have a great set with you. There is an instruction guide built in the camera. On pressing ‘HELP’ button and you get help with the settings and the functions. This 2.5 inch screen compact digital camera is a good value camera. The Nikon digital camera price is incredibly affordable and makes a great option for the budget-conscious people who also want to own a professional level camera.

The Nikon d40 price is Rs 20,000 approximately and comes with 10-megapixel sensor and with the right price-tag becomes a very competitive product in the market. The battery life is a great thing, you can take 900 shots at one charge of battery, and long shutter shots might slow it down. It is very convenient to plug it in the netbook and start shooting. The Nikon DSLR camera comes in an all-plastic body and a dinky 18-55mm kit lens.

The Nikon DSLR camera price is worth it as you get much more than you expect. The other specifications are the 3F color matrix metering II, 420 pixel sensors, the ISO sensitivity range 200-1600 plus HI 1, custom auto ISO (selectable maximum ISO, minimum shutter speed). There is also the 2.5 fps continuous shooting and unlimited in JPEG. There is a large 2.5” 230,000 pixel LCD monitor - All in all a great camera for the price.

Devika Rajpali is a well known author and has written articles on Electronic Appliances and panasonic camcorders price in india,slr camera comparison,Nikon digital camera price,Binoculars, many other subjects.

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