Nikon D2Xs review
Review Date : Wed, 1 Nov 2006
Author : WDC
The 12.4-megapixel Nikon D2Xs digital SLR sports no fewer than 20 improvements over its predecessor, the D2X.
|Pros:||Excellent build, great image quality, some notable improvements over an already excellent camera|
|Cons:||Single card slot, buffer memory could be faster|
Unlike consumer DSLRs or compact cameras, the top-end DSLRs from Canon and Nikon tend to stick around for a while before being replaced by a new model. In the meantime, the existing cameras can get a makeover to make the most of the latest technology. Generally speaking, existing users will find that it's not worth the upgrade fee, unless there is a major benefit to their work. In the case of the Nikon D2Xs, the new features are many - 20 improvements in all.