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Nikon D5000

Nikon D5000

Just announced today, Nikon's new Nikon D5000 ($850) bridges the gap between entry-level digital SLR cameras and their more expensive counterparts. Featuring many of the innovative capabilities usually reserved for pro-level dSLRs, this Nikon has a 12.3-megapixel sensor for incredibly high resolution still photography, and it does double duty as a High Definition video camera. The D5000's logical, concise controls create a simple but flexible photographic experience, boasting a 2.7-inch Live View LCD screen, 11-point autofocus with 3D tracking, ISO 6400, and automatic scene modes. When using the included AF-S NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens, you'll benefit from image stabilization and rapid shooting at 4fps in a compact, versatile package.

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    If you're looking to take your photography beyond the limits of, say, the full-frame Nikon D3X, check out the new medium-format Mamiya DL33 ($20,000; April 2009). The big brother of the well-received DL28, the DL33 combines Mamiya's 645AFD III camera system with a 33 megapixel Aptus-II 7 Digital Back from Leaf, offering a 3.5-inch touchscreen, 16-bit capture, an ISO range of 50-800, and absolutely massive 67MB RAW files — so don't forget to order some extra storage while you're at it.

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