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Nikon D300s

Nikon D300s

The world's best semi-pro digital SLR just got better. The Nikon D300s ($1,800; late August 2009) takes Nikon's two-year old D300 and gives it a modest upgrade, adding features like the improved 12.3-megapixel sensor from the D90, automatic Active D-Lighting, one-touch Live View, 24fps, 720p D-Movie recording with Autofocus, 7 fps shooting (8 with battery grip), and a stereo microphone input, while retaining the rock-solid build, spectacular 51-point AF sensor, and 3-inch, 920,000 dot LCD from the original.

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    2D photography just not doing it for you anymore? Then take your photos to the next dimension with the FujiFilm FinePix REAL 3D System ($TBA). This new imaging system consists of the Fine Pix REAL 3D V1 camera, which also takes 3D movies, 2D pics and movies, and features a 3D LCD for real-time 3D framing, the FinePix REAL 3D V1 8-inch 2D/3D display with SD card slot and adjustable stand, and 3D prints made using lenticular sheets. Take that, red and blue glasses.

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