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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Following the D300S, Nikon's ‘big pixels' D3 gets the ‘S pack' upgrade, boosting its high ISO performance and adding HDV recording capabilities. A good thing made better reports Paul Burrows. The Nikon D3 has been one of the great D-SLR success stories. N...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-01
The Nikon D3S is so sensitive it can focus and shoot in conditions in which even the human eye cannot see. Although high ISO settings are a feature of most modern DSLR bodies, the quality of the Nikon D3S high ISO settings is unsurpassed for low noise ...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-31
In Parts 1 and 2 of this series, I provided an introduction to this autofocus evaluation, as well as a brief overview of the Canon 1D Mark IV and Nikon D3S AF systems. In Part 3 of this series, I looked more in-depth at images captured during basketba...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-06
In Parts 1 and 2 of this series, I provided an introduction to this autofocus evaluation, as well as a brief overview of the Canon 1D Mark IV and Nikon D3S AF systems. If you have not read the previous installments in this series, you can do so now by...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-01
In Part 1 of this series, I provided an introduction to this autofocus evaluation, as well as a brief overview of the Canon 1D Mark IV AF system. If you have not read part 1 of this series, you can do so now by clicking here:Canon 1D Mark IV vs. Nikon...
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Reviewed on 2010-08-29
We all know that the Canon 1D Mark IV and Nikon D3S are geared toward sports photographers. While the cameras have found their way into many other photography niches, at their core, these cameras are made for shooting sports. As an action-oriented ca...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-21
World-class low-light performanceInsanely fastStunning image qualityPriceyNo 1080p movie modeHeavy
Nikon's D3S didn't exactly emerge out of nowhere, but the DSLR's boosted ISO ceiling of over 100,000 (102,400, if we're being precise) has certainly shaken up the industry. Nikon claims that it's set a new bar for low-light performance and raw speed in th...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-01
If you want to test the mettle of a camera intended to satisfy a craven need for speed, take that camera to a hockey game, one of the world’s fastest sports. That’s one of the tests to which I put the Nikon D3S, a brute of a camera that seems to ad...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-26
One of the fastest DSLR cameras you can get, the DS3 is just perfect for capturing quick-moving action shots. It can record at up to 11fps (frames per second) so can easily catch a car whizzing by, or a dart in mid air. You do lose a little resolution by engaging the fast (continuous) shooting mode but the images are still fantastic, with rich colours and amazing detail....Yes, the 720p HD video mode is more than just a bonus but it doesn’t compete with the Full HD (1920x1080) available on Canon EOS models like the 5D Mark II and 550D. This is also a serious level of investment so you’ll need to be sure about just how big your love of photography is....
The Nikon D3S is an update to Nikon’s popular D3 DSLR model but calling it just an update does it a disservice. This is now a 12.1 megapixel DSLR with full-frame CMOS sensor, and a camera that shoots HD video at 720p. There’s a dust-reduction system to...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-23
Great speed performance, Exceptional low light/high ISO performance, Excellent image quality, Sophisticated feature set,"Only" 12 megapixels (may or may not matter to some photographers), HD video is "only" 720p, Learning curve and somewhat confusing Custom Setting menu system,
Like the Nikon D3X, the strongly resembles Nikon's first full-frame DSLR, the original , which first launched in 2007. While the D3X was built for photographers in the market for a 24 megapixel camera, the D3S is equipped with a more reasonable 12 ...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-17
12.1-megapixel FX format (23.9 x 36mm) CMOS sensor provides full frame focal lengths without taxing your existing storage system, Sets a new benchmark for high ISO image quality, Excellent high ISO performance to ISO 12,800, with expansion to ISO 102,4......12.1-megapixels may not be sufficient for some applications, DX mode only 5.1-megapixels, ISO below 200 disappoints, Poor auto white balance in incandescent lighting, Not an inconspicuous design, 43.7 ounces (without a lens and battery), No on-demand g......
The Nikon D3S is available now for US$5,199.95, about $200 more than the Nikon D3 when it shipped in 2007.by Mike Tomkins, Shawn Barnett, and Andrew AlexanderThe Nikon D3S single-lens reflex digital camera updates the company's previous D3 model to includ...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-19
Excellent image quality, particularly at very high sensitivities, great ergonomics, design and control layout, menu system, comprehensive feature set and HD movie capability with external audio.Fastest frame rate only available in DX format mode, Price (the D3s is £800 dearer than the D3 at launch), Low light AF hunting, bulk/weight.
Nikon’s new flagship D-SLR, the D3s builds on the groundbreaking D3, which revolutionised the high-speed professional DSLR market on its introduction in August 2007. The D3s has an all-new FX format full-frame sensor and enhanced...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-12
Since the launch of the D3, Nikon has released a studio version, the D3x with its unsurpassed full frame resolution of 24Mp, and now comes the D3s intended for the photojournalist, sports and wildlife photographer. Full-frame feast: Nikon's D3s Like th...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-11
A solid workhorse that really delivers the results. High ISO is stunning, as is the focus system, and everything else is a bonusMovie mode could do more, price is limiting
Back in 2007 Nikon announced its first ever full-frame DSLR, the Nikon D3, and promptly changed the face of professional cameras. It offered high-quality results at high speed and offered a huge ISO range (up to 25,600 expanded) which was, at the time,...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-04
We look at the hotly anticipated new master of low-light photography The Nikon D3 – with its pioneering FX CMOS sensor and superb low-light shooting capabilities – was always going to be a tough act to follow. Nikon has taken its time, quietly working ...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-01
The D3s is the latest professional FX model in Nikon's DSLR line-up. A small step forward, rather than a major upgrade to the previous D3 series models, the D3s introduces a new sensor and adds a couple of new features but is otherwise almost identical...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-26
A $5000 camera is not within reach for most people. So this Nikon D3s review is a bit different—it's a peek at the near future of photography where shooting in any lighting condition is possible. It's really exciting.Nikon effectively declared the pixel w...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-25
High quality photos, Incredible lowlight capability for video or stills, Excellent build qualityVideo autofocus is loud and slow, HD video in 720p 24fps only, Low video resolutions
In Conclusion As a still camera, the Nikon D3S receives a whole-hearted recommendation. It's great for professional photographers looking for a top level camera that thrives in a variety of difficult shooting situations. As a stand-alone video camera, ...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-19
This is the third round of examining the high ISO results from the Canon 1D Mark IV and Nikon D3S. The prior two comparisons can be found here:Canon 1D Mark IV vs. Nikon D3S ISO Comparison Part I (JPEG only)Canon 1D Mark IV vs. Nikon D3S ISO Comparison...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-16
Unmatched image quality at high ISO settings. Incredibly efficient sensor. A new benchmark, Excellent AF and metering performance, Compatible with virtually all Nikon AF lenses, and most MF lenses (up to 9 AI spec or later manual focus lenses can be prog......White balance isn't brilliant in artificial lighting (but few cameras shine in this respect), AF array is smaller (as a proportion of viewfinder area) than D300S, which makes swapping between cameras awkward in some shooting situations, Vertical AF-ON......
note: As we were finalizing this test for publication, Nikon released a firmware upgrade for the D3S to Firmware 1.0.1, which corrects some minor bugs relating to video performance. We did not experience the issues which the update is designed to fi...
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