Official: Nikon D3S, Releases Late November

Official: Nikon D3S, Releases Late November

The 12.1-megapixel D3S has officially been released, with all eyes on Nikon’s latest work of art. The professional-grade DSLR is packing a rather wide ISO range of 200 to 12,800, which can be further boosted to 102,400. Plus, there’s a 720p video recording mode at 24 frames per second with autofocus, though we’re a bit disappointed with the lack of 1080p action.

The price is $5,199.95 for body only, a number most are probably comfortable with. Hit the jump for more pics. (via Engadget)

Incase DSLR Camera Carrying Case & Sling Pack

Incase DSLR Camera Carrying Case & Sling Pack

Don’t like the carrying case Ashton’s sporting in the Nikon D90 commercial? Incase has the remedy with their DSLR Camera Carrying Case and Sling Pack. With weather resistant nylon construction and adjustable padded camera and lens compartment, their carrying case is designed to “offer professional-grade protection for a photographer’s most important equipment.”

More info and images after the jump

Confirmed: Sony’s new Alpha 230, 330 and 380 DSLRs

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Sony’s been leaking specs and info on their new line of DSLRs and they’ve finally decided to officially confirm everything. The cameras are set to support SD/SDHC along with Sony’s very own Memory Stick format. The shooters will retail in two different kit types, with the L-series cams ringing in at $550, $650 and $850, respectively, when paired with the SAL-1855 standard zoom lens. The Y kit series adds a second lens, the telephoto SAL-55200, along with bumping the kit price $200 across the board.

Look to pre-order yours today, with availability to be in July.

Camera-specific specs after the jump

New Camera on the Block: Nikon D5000

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The latest digital SLR to join Nikon’s stable, the D5000 is compact and powerful. It’s a remarkable blend of simplicity and advanced D-SLR capabilities with breathtaking 12.3-megapixel image quality. The swivel LCD monitor is one of our favorite features as it allows you to take a shot from just about any angle or height. 

You can add an optional GPS unit for geo-tagging that automatically identifies and records every image’s latitude, longitude and altitude, with satellite time-of-day. 

More info and images after the jump.

Spotted: Sony’s A900 DSLR in Danish mag

Sony and Panasonic are both set to release some new DSLRs  next week, but a danish mag has already leaked the A900, a 24.6 megapixel camera that's full-frame, and fully ready to kick some arse.  It'll be packing a punch,...

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