Full Review posted for Nikon D40x|
(Friday, June 29, 2007 - 12:31 EDT)
Nikon's further reinforced their digital SLR battle strategy with the 10 megapixel Nikon D40x, a fine digital SLR that's family friendly.
We actually thought the jump from 6 to 10 megapixels might introduce a flaw or two, but we found that the image quality was maintained or got even better in several key areas, including noise control at high ISO and overall dynamic range. As a result, indoor shots with the D40x are of the quality we've all been looking for.
Fit and feel is identical to the still excellent Nikon D40, with only a 10 gram gain in weight. The Nikon D40x is light and quick on the draw, easy to learn, and its controls don't seem too complicated, great for the uninitiated. Help screens will teach you the basics, but even seasoned photographers will feel at home with the Nikon D40x's quite complete selection of semi-auto and full manual exposure modes.
The Nikon D40x is a superb digital camera, a great choice for families and hobbyists. See our full review of the Nikon D40x for more.