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D70

By Nikon
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Nikon's first DSLR for enthusiasts, the D70 was designed to compete with Canon's Rebel 300D in the sub-$1,000 market. It successfully made Nikon a market leader in consumer-level DSLRs. It shares the D100's 6.1 MP sensor and 5-point autofocus system.

Description

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: 2004
  • Price at launch: $1,299.00

Availability

  • SKU description: Kit with 18-70mm lens.

Pricing (base kit)

  • Price at launch: 999 $

Pricing (body only)

  • Camera type: DSLR
  • Width: 5.5 inches
  • Height: 4.4 inches
  • Depth: 3.1 inches
  • Weight: 1.31 pounds
  • Color: Black

Hardware

  • Sensor size: APS-C
  • Sensor type: CCD

Sensor

  • Minimum ISO: 200
  • Maximum ISO: 1600
  • Fastest shutter speed (1/n seconds): 8000
  • Slowest shutter speed (n seconds): 30 seconds
  • Focus points: 5
  • Max. continuous shooting speed: 3 FPS

Controls

  • Size: 1.8 inches
  • Resolution: 130000 dots
  • Built-in viewfinder: Yes

Display

  • Video capture: No

Video

  • RAW support: RAW, RAW + JPEG

Software

  • Interchangeable: Yes
  • Supported mounts: Nikon F
  • Focal length (wide): 18 mm
  • Focal length (telephoto): 70 mm
  • Widest aperture / f-stop: 3.5
  • Optical zoom: 3.9 x

Lens

  • Supported media: CompactFlash (CF Type I), CompactFlash (CF Type II)

Storage

  • Video out: Yes
  • Connection(s): Accessory shoe, USB plug, 3.5mm stereo audio

Ports

  • Model: EN-EL3
  • Removable: Yes

Battery

Yes (Built-in)

Flash

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