Autor Tópico: Nikon D3 and D300 by Michael Reichmann...  (Lida 553 vezes)

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Online: 09 de Janeiro de 2008, 22:16:25
Michael Reichmann; editor do conceituado "site" "The Luminous Landscape", adquiriu recentemente as Nikon D3 e D300, além das seguintes lentes Nikkor: AF 28mm f/1.4D; 50mm f/1.4D; 85mm f/1.4D; AF-S VR Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED; AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF; AF-S VR Nikkor 24-120mm f/3.5-5.6 IF-ED; AF VR Nikkor 80-400mm f4.5-5.6D ED e a 70-200mm f/2.8G AF-S VR!!!.

Neste artigo, ele avalia as novas câmeras e faz uma interessante comparação com o que a Canon ofecece atualmente: Reichmann é usuário da Canon desde fins dos anos 90.... Além da Canon, ele também é usuário da Hasselblad/Phase One e da Leica.

Transcrevo uma parte de suas conclusões: "We now have a bit of a sea change happening. Nikon has flexed its considerable muscle and with the D3 produced a camera that sends a clear challenge to Canon's nearly decade-long dominance of the digital arena. The D300, though in many ways simply a logical progression from the D200, is a much better camera than its predecessor, and along with its superior sensor offers the pro and advanced amateur a set of features and functionality that is unmatched at the moment in Canon's line up."

"For its part the full-frame Nikon D3 is a direct challenge to Canon's 1 Series, which has dominated the pro marketplace now for more than half a decade. The 1D MKIII is right in the D3's bore sight, and the D3 matches it or surpasses it in IQ, sensitivity, and resolution."

"Canon's flagship the 1Ds MKIII certainly is the currently king of the hill in terms of resolution, but if Nikon were to put a full frame chip with the D300's pixel density into a D3 chassis they'd have a 24MP – 29MP camera that would likely satisfy a great many Nikonistas who have been lusting after a full frame pro camera to match Canon's lead in resolution. If you were Nikon, wouldn't you build one?"


Leiam o artigo completo em:

http://luminous-landscape.com/reviews/cameras/nikon-d3-d300.shtml

Boa Leitura!!!