Nikon D70S Manual is aimed to fulfill the needs toward information of both technical or instrumental issue among this digital camera product especially for Nikon D70S.
The D70s is essentially an update of the Nikon D70, adding a larger LCD screen (2 inches or 51 millimetres instead of 1.8 inches or 46 millimetres), though still having 130,000 pixels.
Several changes have been introduced including improved auto focus accuracy, slightly wider flash coverage, a higher capacity battery, a new larger 2.0″ LCD monitor and re-designed menus.
When Nikon D70S was firstly released to the market?
Nikon D70S is announced on early 2005. Even if it’s already released quite long time ago, but this product is still relevant for nowadays use, especially for you who likes retro camera kind of style.
Nikon D70S Features Summary
- 6.1 megapixel CCD delivering a maximum image resolution of 3008 x 2000 pixels.
- 1/500 flash sync, 1/8000 second top shutter speed.
- SLR design with true, TTL optical viewfinder.
- 2.0 inch 130,000 pixel TFT LCD with adjustable brightness.
- Polycarbonate body over a metal frame for strength with low weight.
- Interchangeable F mount lens design accommodates a wide range of Nikkor lenses, type D and type G recommended. 1.5x multiplier applies to focal length.
- Body supports both mechanically-coupled and all-electronic AF-S lenses.
- Program, Digital Vari-Program (Scene), Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and Manual exposure modes.
- Depth of field preview button.
- TTL flash exposure metering in three modes (with the SB-800 flash).
- ISO 200 – 1600 exposure range.
- White balance has auto, six manual modes, and preset option.
- Three color modes, plus contrast, saturation, hue, and sharpness adjustments.
- Built in, five-mode popup flash; can also act as a master controller, or “commander” for SB-800 and SB-600 flashes.
- External flash hot shoe.
- Continuous shooting, Auto Exposure Bracketing, and Self-Timer modes.
- JPEG, RAW (NEF) and JPEG + RAW (NEF) file formats.
- Uses Compact Flash Type I and II, plus Hitachi Microdrive
- USB cable for computer connection
- Captures up to 3 frames per second.
- Buffer can hold up to 144 large/normal shots (actually more, in our tests), with high-speed CF cards.
- Five-area AutoFocus.
- Included CD-ROM loaded with PictureProject software.
- Video cable for connection to TV
- Optional battery holder that accepts 3 CR2 disposable batteries.
How much the price when Nikon D70S firstly released?
In the first release, the Nikon D70s Kit including the 18-70 mm lens will cost around $1199 (£899.99/€1343), while the body only will be $899 (£699.99/€1045), expected to ship in early May.
Now, if you’re interested to own this compact digital camera device, you can get it in several online stores by paying $89.90 (body only), $219.99 with 18-70mm lens, $349.99 with 18-70mm and 55-200mm lens for the used products.
Nikon D70S Manual
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