Rob Galbraith, who has been testing and comparing memory card performance for years, recently published an article with read and write speed comparisons of XQD and CompactFlash on the D4.
Untitled Document Nikon D4 Nikon D800 (E) Pentax 645D Sensor type CMOS CMOS CCD Anti Aliasing (AA) filter Yes Yes / No (E version) No Sensor size 36x23.9 mm 35.9x24 mm 44x33 mm Res…
With the launch of Nikon's new flagship D4 and the rumored specs of the upcoming D800 – supposedly to be launched in February – it's a good time to try and take a look at what may be on their (marketing) mind.
Nikon have just launched the long awaited D3S professional FX camera. As the D3, it is equipped with Nikon's 12.1 effective Mp. CMOS sensor, but with an extended standard ISO range of 12.800 and an ISO-max of 102.400.
Comparing all the mayor contenders in the RAW conversion field leaves us with only one conclusion: there is no real "champion". Some images are better off with program x, while others with program y. However, and in spite of its shortcomings and elevated price, the Bridge/Photoshop/ACR/DNG Converter combo is the more obvious choice for those who routinely convert large amounts of RAW images.
Today, Nikon launched their long awaited D3000 entry level and D300s semi professional cameras. I resume the specs of both cameras, as taken from their respective US product brochures.