Every other camera is using only a 320 x 240 pixel resolution LCD, and I believe confusing dots with pixels. Your computer screen is 100 pixels per inch, usually called DPI. 2.) The LCD on the D300 will have seven times as many pixels in any unit area as your computer, so the example photo below can't possibly do the D300 justice. Roll your mouse over, and the color just fixed itself, since the D300 prevented the red channel from blowing out. The camera is expected to be announced Fall 2013 with availability in late 2013. My D300 did this, even in crappy light and auto WB. I see no spec for a white/gray card setting, but I know it's there someplace and that the Nikon D300 probably has several. After I picked myself up off the ground, but before the guards threw me out, I looked at the shadows. The Nikon D300 and the Nikon D700 are two enthusiast cameras that were announced, respectively, in August 2007 and July 2008. The D300 shot looks blurry because of Nikon's noise reduction, used to hide the noise. It lightens shadows, and usually looks pretty bad doing it. 30 July 2009: The Nikon D300s adds movies, a dedicated INFO button and the QUIET mode to the D300. as helpful as a book you might have had to buy or a workshop you may It also could be called "Adaptive Dynamic Range" or ADR. The baby image I Photoshopped onto the screen is only is 247 pixels wide. Default is to climb as high as ISO 3,200. Making this even less significant than 10% is that more pixels are merely splitting your lenses' optical performance (and your technique) in more ways. Playback is much faster than the old D200, especially with RGB histograms. Unless you're shooting in the dark hand-held (I do), you shouldn't either. Exactly as shot. The only catch is that the D300's monitor goes blank when you use the HDMI output. I'll opine that the D300's AF mirror remains in place while the viewing mirror gets out of the way. This palm is backlit (in shadow), lit by my D300's pop-up flash. Buffer Depth: 100 shots, JPG Large, presuming you're using a good card like the San Disk Extreme IV I use. The D200 is much sharper when shot at 6,400. It's been done this way for decades; in fact, to maintain 14 bits of precision one probably ought to use 24 or 32 bits internally. I kid you not: the 10.5mm DX and manual focus 8mm AI-s fisheyes somehow lose their color fringes and snap back into perfection in the corners. It's the same as Photoshop's Shadow/Highlight filter. If you compare them at 100% you'll see the D300 images are much softer, but that's because they were shot at such a small aperture (f/16) that diffraction is limiting the D300 images. I'd also skip any gougers asking more. Our range of Speedlights gives you infinite lighting options. We are in the midst of Summer 2013 and still waiting for details about the new Nikon D400. Since the D300 has no significant new core technology, the great news is that everything you're using today with the current D200, D80, D40x, D40 and D2Xs is 100% compatible. Nikon sounds like one of those crappy Windows-computer tech support people who try to get you off the phone by telling you to bypass your USB hub and call back so another technician has to take your call. Nikon replaced the older Nikon D100 with this model and later D200 was replaced with Nikon D300. Specifically, on my D200 I have it set for flash exposure lock and hold, and to allow me to enter the focal length and speed of manual focus lens of matrix metering. It's on the box above, and I think I saw it in the manual. Video Resolutions. I think you see my point: neither D200 or D300 is better than the other here. The rear LCD is strengthened with tempered glass. Use with care!!! Since Nikon D7100 is not the successor of Nikon D300S, so there would be a Nikon D400.And if Canon released the 7D Mark II, Nikon should make a D400.. Both are DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras that are equipped with an APS-C sensor. I love ADL so much I leave it on all the time. I'm renaming Nikon's magnificent but stupidly-named "Active D-Lighting" (ADL) as "Automatic Dynamic Range Accommodation" (ADRA). These cookies track information such as how users navigate and use our website, users' analytics, and data on users' purchases. This keeps it as confusing as Canon's similar "Picture Styles" and "Parameters," which do the same thing. The D300 body measures 147.2 (W) ×112.8 (H) × 74(D) mm and weighs just 795 grams. Compact and powerful, the new NIKKOR Z 24-200mm f/4-6.3 VR is the ideal lens for every scenario. This means I'l be getting1,000 shots per charge on my D300, and these shots I made included a lot of time exposures under moonlight as I'll show later. The preflashes are, just like on every other Nikon, obvious. See how the hotel changes from yellow in the highlights to reddish-tan in the darker areas? This appears to be exactly the same as the Nikon D3. Focus is on the nearer row of houses, not infinity. The menu system of the D300 is as retarded as the D200. The automatic pre-correcting dynamic range function actually works! You can crank at up to 8 FPS with any of these except if you're using the little standard EN-EL3e. It doesn't work, but would be great if it did. 36.8 (36.3 effective) megapixel full-frame (35.9 mm × 24 mm) sensor with ISO 100–6400 (ISO 50–25600 boost) Nikon Expeed 3 image processor; 91,000 pixel RGB metering sensor with Advanced Scene Recognition System; Advanced Multi-CAM3500FX autofocus sensor (51-point, 15 cross-type, 11 points sensitive at maximum apertures as small as f /8); H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Expeed video processor. About     Contact. Active D-Lighting lets you select this trick before you shoot. Canon requires you use a custom function and press a button to flip up the mirror and interrupt Live View to do a spot AF setting, while the Nikon D300's AF system works in Live view. This little dog always blinks with my D200, requiring me to use flash exposure lock to cancel the preflash. It works fine. I don't get special treatment, I simply order the first day I can. Tip: If you have an old Nikon flash like an SB-20 or SB-80DX, use it in its A mode and set the D300 accordingly. Will Nikon have better video recording options in their new D900 is what I want to know. (User’s Manual – D300S page 302; D300 page 316) Time zone and date (D300S) or World time (D300) allows you to configure the Time zone, Date and time, Date format, and Daylight saving time for your camera.. That's not how it looks. The Nikon D400 will have the Expeed 4 processor.. What? Auto contrast, the default in Nikon's cryptic "Tone Curves," lets Nikon cameras adapt automatically to changing contrast as our eyes do. Big deal; the proof is in how cleverly the designers utilize this power and precision. ADL really does improve my biggest complaint against digital cameras. Meet the new generation digital SLR camera that blends all these advanced features into one fine package — the Nikon D300. "EXPEED – Nikon’s image processing concept embodied" is just marketing fluff. The D300 crushes the blacks more at high ISOs, so the D200 shows more noise and shows more shadow detail. Exactly as shot. The D300 works with everything you already own; nothing is made obsolete by the D300 that hasn't already been obsolesced by the D70 back in 2003. The examples I see in my other Nikons look bad because the camera is doing a very unsharp mask of the dark areas and lighting them, but the very unsharp mask leaves dark rings around the dark areas, and the lightening makes the areas lighter, but doesn't bump up their local contrast as it should. The D700 bears a physical similarity to the Nikon D300, which uses the same MB-D10 battery pack and EN-EL3e battery. Compare Prices Included Accessories (will vary by country): DK-5 Eyepiece Cap (for use on a tripod to keep stray light from affecting the meter reading). If you don't already own a D200, then I'd get the D300 and not look back. Is it a magic sensor, magic firmware keyed to the specific lens (sorry 3rd party lens users) or is it clever firmware that looks for odd fringes on any image? The D200 has them. The AAs may be anything: alkaline, Ni-MH, throw-away lithium or even the crappy "heavy duty" batteries sold at flea markets. 920,000-dot high-resolution, which is a full 307,200 pixels (640 x 480 x 3), which is extremely high linear resolution; more than any other digital camera of which I know except the same screen on the D3. Nikon DX format (23.6 x 15.8 mm) CMOS sensor, 4,288 x 2,848 [L], 3,216 x 2,136 [M], 2,144 x 1,424 [S], ISO 200 to 3,200 in steps of 1/3 EV, plus HI-0.3, HI-0.5, HI-0.7, HI-1 (ISO 6400 equivalent); sensitivity decreases approx. Nikon D400/D500 specs. Poll: Nikon probably did this to prevent pros from melting the pop-up flash from overuse, but Nikon should have fortified the circuitry, not locked us out from using it. The D3 images were shot at larger apertures, so it's not entirely a fair example of the superiority of full-frame. The wild colors and saved highlights lets the D300 make obviously better images that can be seen by everyone, not just tweakers. Nikon D700 was released in July of 2008, approximately a year after Nikon D3 release date. Better than Double the Battery Life of the D200! Active D-Lighting is new for the Nikon D300. I can scoot all over the image and see what I want, while the D200 was always slower than I'd prefer. Recommendations. Shutter: 30 - 1/8,000 and bulb, in full, 1/2 or 1/3 stops. 4.) Oh yes! No big deal, in fact, these filters usually look so bad and obvious in previous cameras (they use very large filtering radii so they often leave dark rings around the lightened areas) that this feature may permanently ruin many of your images, if Nikon hasn't updated the algorithms from the D40 and D80. [citation needed] It was discontinued on August 24, 2012. This is in sunlight, but the vegetables are still under their semi-translucent polypropylene cover. It is customary in digital signal processing to use far more bits internally than any of the inputs or outputs so that one can maintain the precision of the input or output through all the nasty internal steps involved. D3’s sensor was a huge success for Nikon and the company knew that if it used the same sensor on a smaller and cheaper body, they could create a new product line that could compete directly against the Canon 5D full-frame camera. Metering: 1,005 pixel RGB Matrix, center weighted (selectable diameter) and spot. "Info" button repeats top LCD info on the rear LCD, perfect for use on a tripod! The preflash fires (plainly visible thorough the finder), and the dog didn't ever blink. In Live View Mode, the AF system has another completely separate system that can autofocus directly from the image gathered by the image sensor, as point-and-shoots do. The D300's LCD is so good that for the first time it might make sense to hold a loupe to it. Lo and behold, I have not had this problem with the D300. Weirder, it does work on my dogs, giving perfect AF right on their eyes when I select the "use all sensors" big rectangle mode on the AF selector switch. You need to know which to expose correctly. The Nikon D3 uses the same transmitter. The Canon SLRs take too much time to read from the cards while the D300 just does it. The flashing "please to use flash" icon no longer lights up in the finder; although it does light up as a ready light. This varies sample-to-sample, and the 24-70mm is insanely sharp on the D300. Now plug the D300 into your MAc and it pops up as another hard drive from which you can drag and drop. The D300 flies between 9-up pages of images instantly. There's nothing new, it's the usual stuff. If it works well, then it's brilliant and will make real images in the real world that will be far better than Canon, whose cameras still haven't figured out auto contrast, as Nikons have done for 8 years. The D200 was pushed to ISO 6,400 in Photoshop from a Large JPG, I cranked the color a bit to match roughly the D300 (which I set to +3 saturation as soon as I turned it on) and I applied Grain Surgery 2 (at defaults) to the D200 image (otherwise the D200 was noisier and even sharper). Price: $1,799.95. Formats: JPG, 14-bit and 12-bit NEF raw. I still have to select 1/8 for wide lenses and 1/125 for my teles. I average about 450 shots per charge on my D200. A brilliant orange dot in the frame might be the disc of the sun, or might be an orange. The SB-400, SB-600 and SB-800 flashes are 100% compatible and optimized for the D300. High ISOs are easy to compare, so people do; they aren't what makes a camera a good camera. I'm reaching, but the AF sensor indicator on the top LCD always shows the center sensor or group, regardless of which are actually selected. The D300 is 110% compatible with the Nikon system, since it also works great with old manual-focus AI film lenses. Home  Nikon saves the good IR remotes for the cheap cameras. The D300 has a resolution of 12.2 megapixels, whereas the D700 provides 12.1 MP. The good news is that my other Nikons always work great, even if no one really knows what's happening inside. It's over 400 pages long, only in English. 2009. Sometimes these preflashes cause subjects to blink by the time the real flash hits. If this is the case, that means that the AF mirror still needs to flip out of the way when you shoot in Live View with the D300. High ISO noise is different from the D200. The Nikon D300 magically fixes lateral color! Only works with SB-400, SB-600 and SB-800; other flashes can't use any TTL mode. Forget the D300's sensor resolution, which for all practical purposes is indistinguishable from the D200; get the D300 for its monitor! Nikon D400/D500 release date. This can cause blindness since it fires off a long, unexpected burst of flash when you hit the depth-of-field button. The Nikon D300 has a traditional analog NTSC and PAL video output.    Gallery     Press the "info" button and it displays correctly on the rear LCD. invention disclosure published back in 2005. Cheapskate that I am, if it wasn't for my readers' help I wouldn't be getting one either, since I have a D200. The D300 autofocused easily all by itself. I read it cover to cover and didn't discover any tricks not already obvious in the menu system. New: 29 November 2007: Nikon D300 Picture Control System: How I set my D300 for psychedelic colors and how you can download and restore these same settings into your own D300. This is similar to the way our eyes see. The D300 uses much more NR at high ISOs, so it's softer and fuzzier than the D200.
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