Nikon D3s Body

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In a first for an FX-format flagship, the D3S incorporates the HD-quality D-Movie function, letting users take full advantage of the wide dynamic range and high ISO performance, including the breakthrough High Sensitivity Movie mode. The D3S’s D-Movie also offers compatibility with an external stereo recording microphone, as well as convenient in-camera editing functions such as the ability to select the starting and ending points in order to trim D-Movie footage, as well as the ability to save selected movie frames as JPEGs. ISO performance: ISO 12800 as standard, expandable to ISO equivalent of 102400 (Hi 3) Large pixel pitch: the 12.1-megapixel FX-format advantage New and improved D-Movie function Image sensor cleaning: assured protection EXPEED: Nikon’s comprehensive approach to quality digital images Lateral chromatic aberration reduction: edge-to-edge sharpness Active D-Lighting: rescuing tone in highlights and shadows Picture Control: custom-tailored tone and color Speed and readiness throughout the workflow 9-frames-per-second* shooting rate in FX-format, 11 fps* in DX crop Scene Recognition System: enlightened accuracy and intelligence 51-point AF: fast and accurate subject acquisition Sophisticated AE with highlight analysis Informed auto white balance Approx. 100% frame coverage Superior durability Twin CF card slots Long-life battery Easy-to-access Live View mode Quiet Shutter-release mode for nonintrusive shooting 3-in., approx. 921k-dot color, 170º viewing angle LCD monitor Newly added image area of 1.2x crop (30 x 20) format with approx. 8.4 megapixels. Multiple exposure operation that can be repeated by designating the function to the bracketing button. Electronic virtual horizon that is available in Live View shooting. Extended menu banks that stores up to four combinations of exposure mode, shutter speed and aperture value. Versatile in-camera Retouch Menus, including RAW processing to enhance your images without using a computer. Compatible with HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) output. Type C connector (mini size) is employed. With the optional GPS Unit GP-1, location information such as latitude, longitude, altitude and time are automatically recorded to each image’s EXIF data. The Time Adjustment feature, which adjusts your camera’s time zone, is also available using the GP-1. Especially useful for group assignments that require several D3S cameras to be synchronized. Exclusive Nikon Software — Nikon Transfer and ViewNX software packages (supplied) for a range of basic photo browsing and editing operations; Capture NX 2, Camera Control Pro 2, and Image Authentication Software (all optional) enable more advanced operation and image editing. 

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