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Nikon D70 - Fact not fiction

Nikon D70 - Fact not fiction - Named the D70, it will be introduced by the Nikon Corporation, Japan for worldwide sale in the spring of 2004.

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Nikon D70 - Fact not fiction

Named the D70, it will be introduced by the Nikon Corporation, Japan for worldwide sale in the spring of 2004.

Of interest to a broad range of customers from novices to experienced photo enthusiasts, the D70 will enable photographers to easily adopt digital technology into their existing camera systems. The new model will offer an exclusive selection of features and exciting Nikon SLR technology that will surpass products within the evolving digital SLR market, and provide exceptional value by combining the essential handling characteristics of an analogue SLR with high-quality digital output, at an attractive price.

The D70 will be sold in Europe with a choice of lens kit options, one of which will include a new high-quality DX format Nikkor zoom lens that covers wide-angle to telephoto focal lengths. The body only price is targeted to be approximately £800.

Detailed specifications about the sensor resolution, frame rate, buffer and groundbreaking new features will be finalised and announced at a later date.

Nikon UK’s Group Marketing Manager, Jeremy Gilbert comments on the announcement:

“The D70 marks the next step in Nikon’s expansion of the digital camera market. Having pioneered the introduction of performance digital SLR cameras with the D1 in 1999, Nikon has established a product range that addresses the needs of high-end professionals, business users and photo enthusiasts. Through the incorporation of the Nikon DX format and Nikon F lens mount, The D70 gives access to the full range of Nikon AF lenses and accessories. This new camera will bring the excitement of digital SLR photography within the reach of advanced amateurs and sends a clear message of Nikon’s intent to be a key player in the next generation of digital SLR cameras.”

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