Nikon recently announced a new addition to their digital SLR camera family, the D5000. The all new D5000 digital SLR features a 2.7 inches Vari-angle LCD monitor with 230,000-dot resolution that can be viewed in normal position, rotated and tilted. The D5000 produces highly detailed images and outstanding color reproduction, thanks to its 12.3 megapixel CMOS sensor. Nikon’s EXPEED image processing system contributes towards Scene Recognition System with Face Detection and Active D-Lighting.
There are a lot of other features in this camera that are worth mentioning. The D5000 features continuous shooting as fast as 4 frames per second, advanced 3D Color Matrix Metering II for outstanding exposure accuracy, 11-point selectable autofocus, and four Live View AF modes, along with automatic exposure and white balance bracketing functions. The camera has also got a new quite shooting mode that reduces mirror cycling noise. The feature’s list doesn’t stop there. On-demand grid lines when shooting via the optical viewfinder and in Live View mode, histogram display and direct HDTV connectivity are some of the other important features this camera has got. For more information, visit the product page of Nikon D5000.
via press release