Nikon D1x user review posted!|
(Thursday, June 28, 2001 - 18:05 EDT)
Wildlife photographer compares Nikon's D1x to the D1...
IR reader Rodrigo Gimenez dropped us a note to point out an interesting user review of Nikon's D1x digital camera by wildlife photographer B. Moose Peterson, posted on his Moose's Digital World website. Moose has had a week or so to try out the D1x in the real world - taking wildlife photos in Alaska. He seems to have plenty of experience of the D1, and obviously likes the D1x, concluding:
"While I shot 4gigs of images with the D1x, I've not been able to digest all that I've captured, there is that much new with the D1x! My first impressions of the D1x are, it rocks! I honestly didn't think the D1x would really be a camera for me as I don't need large files and its slow 3.5fps and limited 9 frame burst doesn't really lend itself to wildlife photography. But the fixes for the flash and metering really grabbed my attention to the point where I will probably replace at least one of my D1s for the D1x. I have applications where I don't need the fast frames per second. It would be nice that if I did get a phone call from a client requiring a big file, I had the ability to deliver." For more on Moose's opinions as they form alogn with some beautiful wildlife photos, keep an eye on his review...
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