Saturday, February 6, 2010

Nikon D40 D40x For Dummies Torrent What Are The Differences Between The Nikon D40 And The Nikon D40X?

What are the differences between the Nikon D40 and the Nikon D40X? - nikon d40 d40x for dummies torrent

I'll buy a Nikon camera, but I'm torn between buying the Nikon D40 or Nikon D40x. I know the D40 is $ 200 more than the D40. Is it worth it? What are the differences? If possible, show their origins.

4 comments:

lenslend... said...

Provides for even more money in the D40x:

10MP sensor (cons 6 MP)
A 100 ISO sensitivity low (compared to 200 ISO)
1 / 500 second flash synchronization (compared to 1 / 200 second)

In my opinion, a new photographer, the D40x is not worth the extra money. This additional $ 200 is much better to spend a second lens.

Source: website of Nikon ...


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Picture Taker said...

Nikon D40 vs. D40x

There are small differences in these devices must be taken into account. Instead of typing all that I send to some sites, if Yahoo! because it allows me to ...

See http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d40x.ht ...

See http://www.popphoto.com/cameras/3896/cam ... a brilliant review.

See also:

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/compare_ ...

See also:
http://www.nikonians.org/dcforum/DCForum ...

On the issue of pixels, for example, if it go no basis for its decision to further points. If you ever plan to compose your pictures perfectly, you do not need a few pixels. To the culture, the expansion of only a part of his image to provide funds so that more pixels, the better.

Imagine a look and then realize that the average of 20% of the photo a picture becomes even better. Suppose you take a photo of a group of people and Aunt Clara really, really fresh air in the photo, but everybody looks bad. When Iu have to work with pixels, you can still make a decent copy of Aunt Clara, who would be happy to have. If you have an 8-to-buy-10-MP camera and is not to great photos, you can always have the camera to a smaller file size. You can never go in the other direction, however. Unless the cost is a major problem, you can buy the camera with more pixels. You will not regret that I did, but it could one day feel that he did not.

I have some photos on Flickr in a debate about the number of pixels are sufficient. Go to my page ... http://www.flickr.com/photos/samfeinstei Some images are from a 4 MP or 3 MP camera that show what to expect, without cropping. I think it is perfectly acceptable. Some images are from a 10 MP camera (the swan and thinking), which show that the value of the image size so that a smaller picture can tailor the original picture and still end up with a satisfactory image.

Then again ............ I would not advise anyone to get a few hundred more, and can tD80 instead of D40x, but I was thinking of starting a business of wedding photography.

fortsant... said...

As you, I'm torn between the D40 and D40x. The main attraction for me in the D40 is the lower prices and the D40x is the sensor of 10.1 million pixels. Is it really necessary that the sensor is too small? Maybe not, because there are few cases where we need 10.1 MB text. Can I, that $ 200 for something else? Of course. I use to buy a better goal. But my heart still yearns for the D40x. I wish if I need extra points. As for money, I know if I can do a D40, now that I can afford a better lens later and finally I want to brag about the way in which a sensor can offer of 10.1 meters. I know it would be the technical answer you (I can find the other), but if you like me, that's how I get to justify the D40x.

midget_e... said...

It is primarily a difference in megapixels. The D40x has a 10.2 megapixel, and the D40 has 6.1 megapixels. For a complete comparison, click on the link below.

http://www.nikonusa.com/fileuploads/pdfs ...

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