Nikon D40 Digital SLR Camera

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Nikon announced the D40 which claimed to be the smallest and easiest-to-use Digital SLR camera. It packs a 6.1 Megapixel DX format CCD image sensor and Nikon’s Image Processing Engine to deliver detailed images with vivid and true-to-life colors. The camera also features 3D Color Matrix Metering II for accurate exposure control and frame-wide 420-pixel sensor to instantly and automatically assesses and compares each scene’s brightness, contrast and color.

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The D40 is able to shoot at 2.5fps, up to 100 consecutive shots. Other than standard P/S/A/M modes, the DSLR also include Digital Vari-Program, featuring eight pre-configured program modes that optimize the camera’s performance for specific shooting condition. There is an image Retouch menu for in-camera editing, which includes D-Lighting, Trim, Image Overlay, Monochrome, Filter Effects functions.

The Nikon D40 has a 2.5-inch display and uses SDHC memory card for storage. It measures 126x64x94mm and weighs 475g.

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