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Nikon D70
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Nikon D70

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Nikon D70 SLR digital camera

avecmobile.com
10 January 2012
  • Summary: Advanced photographers who want to try and take similar quality pictures you see published in glossy magazines.
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DP Review
28 August 2005
  • Conclusion: Shortly after Canon announced the EOS 300D (Digital Rebel) and it made its way into reviewers hands it was fairly clear that Canon were offering a formidable package at an excellent price which would be the mark for affordable digital SLR's of the future, with image quality almost identical to the...
  • Pros: Excellent resolution and sharpness, seems better than EOS 300D / EOS 10D, Neutral color balance, 'Nikon like' (tuned towards skin tones), Good clean sharpening algorithm leaves almost no 'halo' artifacts, Low noise even at high sensitivities, more monochromatic (film like), Excellent image parame...
  • Cons: Moiré / maze artifact pattern visible in certain images at the limit of resolution, Bug which incorrectly tags images as Adobe RGB (we expect a firmware fix), Vignetting / lens shading on the AF-S DX 18-70mm lens at 18 mm, F3.5, Still a very average automatic white balance performance, we expecte...
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The Camera Of The Year 2004: The Nikon D70 SLR

Pop Photo
15 August 2005
  • Excerpt: The Nikon D70 was precisely the camera that the photography world needed this year. A revolution began in 2003 with the Canon EOS Digital Rebel -- its $899 sticker, its 6.3-megapixel sensor, and its attitude of "Everybody into the digital SLR pool; the water's fine!
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Nikon D70

PC Magazine
12 August 2005
  • Excerpt: Nikon U.S.A. Inc., www.nikonusa.com $1,299 street (body and lens). Body only: $999 list Comprehensive, professional-level features. Extremely sharp images, excellent balance when shooting with pro-level controls.
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photo.net
24 July 2005
  • Conclusion: In 1999 I promised myself I would switch to digital photography once a reasonable 4 Megapixel camera was available. Well the time has come, and Nikon has provided the answer in the form of the D70 Digital SLR.
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Nikon D70 Experience Report

Outback Photo
18 July 2005
  • Summary: 1. Never talk about a camera being sharp or not. Always look the camera/lens combination. With the AF-S 28-70mm f/2.8 the D70 performs very well.
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Nikon D70

Nærfoto Bjørn Rørslett
30 March 2005
  • Conclusion: 8. Summing Up Nikon D70 has up to now been an interesting experience. The camera is inobtrusive, small and light-weight, yet a very capable performer. You do have to gear your attitude and working habits to embrace the possibilites supported by the camera, and not let the annoyance of all those...
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The Digital Journalist
27 February 2005
  • Excerpt: he Nikon D70 is a pretty amazing little camera. For a relatively small price you get a whole lot of picture-taking ability.
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Dc Resource
21 April 2004
  • Excerpt: The digital camera world changed in a big way last year when Canon introduced the first low cost digital SLR -- the Digital Rebel (read our review). Now it's Nikon's turn to join the party, with their impressive D70.
  • Pros: Excellent image quality, though moire can be a problem, Amazing performance, A great deal, even at $1299 with the lens, Low noise levels, AF-assist lamp; great low light focusing, Tons of features and manual settings (way more than the competition), Better burst mode and build quality than Digita...
  • Cons: Too much moire in images from a $1000 camera, PictureProject software leaves much to be desired, Slow USB connection
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Steve's Digicams
18 March 2004
  • Summary: The D70 is an affordable digital SLR that delivers a combination of innovative features, robust performance and excellent image quality. Built from the ground up to be a digital SLR, the D70 incorporates a DX format 6.1-effective megapixel CCD sensor that is optimized to deliver images with...
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