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Nikon D40x

Nikon D40x

Nikon is taking their baby dSLR to the next level. The Nikon D40x ($800; April 2007) takes the D40's features such as ease-of-use, near-instant startup, 2.5-inch LCD, eight preset modes, and more, and adds a 10.2 megapixel sensor, up to three frames per second shooting, and wider ISO sensitivity. It comes with Nikon's standard 18-55mm starter lens, but the camera will work with any AF-S or AF-I Nikkor lens — including the incredibly popular Nikon 18-200mm DX VR Lens.

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