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Review: Nikon's D3 . . . a camera with an imaging chip that lets you rule the night.

Posted on: 30-Nov-2008

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Tests Nikon's D3 camera for noise and night shooting. Reviews the advances made in image sensors and image processors. The brilliance of the engineering choices made for Nikon’s D3 is that there’s been little available in the digital world for recording a noise-free image at night. See a 10 second night shot at ISO 800. The bright circle is not the moon, it’s Venus. The white dots are not noise, they are stars! Also, Active D-Lighting: essentially HDR without all the hassle -- and set-up tips.

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