Excerpt: ClarificationLet's start with a clarification. I'm a photographer, writer and teacher, not a product reviewer. Yes, I do write field reports from time to time, but these are from the perspective of a working photographer, and they are not technical reviews but rather hands-on reports.
Summary: A simply stunning new Nikon with performance and handling panache at its core, if you’re in the game for new D-SLR and this Nikon takes your fancy, you should already be reaching for your wallets.
Pros: Excellent image quality and excellent ergonomics, excellent design and control layout, very good menu system with “Help” feature, good combination of usability, control and custom modes, value for money.
Cons: Slight issues over white balance control, modest continuous shooting frame rate, otherwise not much else.
Excerpt: After years of rumor and speculation, there is now a very impressive full-frame Nikon digital SLR, the Nikon D3. This 12.1-megapixel camera, aimed at sports, nature, and news photographers, packs an impressive 3-inch LCD screen with 920,000-pixel resolution, it sports a live-view function and can...
Conclusion: The D300 is a strong successor to the D200. The D300 maintains all of the D200's advantages as an excellent general-purpose, prosumer DSLR and improves on several key areas. For about $3000 less, the D300 offers Nikon's current best AF module, which is also featured in their top professional model,...
Conclusion: Nikon D300 Digital reflex camera Nikon produced a fabulous digital SLR camera with the new D300. A camera you can't get around as an advanced photographer and I can imagine the competition being very impressed with the impact the D300 has made.
Summary: The Nikon D300 DSLR is an affordable professional-grade DSLR. It is a major upgrade to the Nikon D200 that it replaces and incorporates many of the features of the top of the line D3. The Nikon D300 has more features than the
beginner photographer would ever need.