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Nikon D3X Design

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Nikon D3X Front View. If you've seen the D3, then you've seen the D3X. The standard Nikon F-mount once again surrounds a full-size mirror, and the FX logo in the lower right corner denotes Full Frame.



Nikon D3X Left View. The battery unlocks with a twist and pull to the left. Rubber flaps cover the camera's electrical ports, and a metal strap ring hangs from a steel lug just off the Nikon D3X's left shoulder.



Nikon D3X Right View. The dioptric adjustment knob and AF area selector dial can be seen in this view, as well as the battery door and vertical shutter release. A locking ring around the button prevents accidental activation.



Nikon D3X Top View. Buttons and controls are identical to the D3.



Nikon D3X Back View. Control layout is identical to the D3 on the back, too.



Nikon D3X Bottom View. The bottom features only the metal tripod mount and a rubberized surface.