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Nikon D300 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2011-11-28
Yes, 3 years ago, Nikon had released new camera Nikon D300 which was expanding in ‘D' series. It had launched with most advanced features compared to D100 and D200. Overall, Nikon is well known and one of leading brand in camera market where Nikon has nev...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-15
Excellent performance for the class it is placed in; awesome picture quality; rugged in construction; custom settings; dual card slots; onboard wireless flash controller; video capture.No noticeable upgrades in the ISO noise; not very userfriendly.
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Reviewed on 2009-08-11
The Nikon D300 Digital SLR is a new pro-level camera from Nikon that takes some of the best features of the Nikon D3, a full-frame 35 mm format sensor camera, and combines them with a DX format sensor and compact body. The result is an excellent qualit...
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Reviewed on 2009-07-15
But Nikon clearly thought that it could do even better. And the result of its thinking is the brand-new D300, a camera that looks outwardly like the D200 but which includes a number of highly significant technical advances and real improvements when it...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-27
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Reviewed on 2009-02-03
In the D300, Nikon have created a worthy successor to the widely respected D200 professional Digital SLR camera. Wisely retaining the most valued features of its predecessor, such as the weather-sealed metal chassis and extensively backward-compatible ...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-28
The 12.3MP Nikon D300 replaces the previous 10.2MP model - the D200 - and sports a plethora of new and improved features, including an incredibly high quality 922,000 pixel, three-inch LCD with Live View, a vast improvement over the D200's considerab...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-01
Nikon’s new D300 is one of the most eagerly awaited D-SLRs ever so will its 12.3MP sensor and excellent build quality match up to its performance? Read what our experts think and watch our video verdict by clicking here. ...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-13
Nikon's D300 is a 12.3MP camera with 200-6400 (hi mode) ISO, a 3-inch LCD, 51 autofocus points and a prosumer magnesium body on the fence, but teetering more towards pro than consumer. Inside is a DX-sensor, not quite the FX sensor found in the better...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-12
A monster truck of a camera for less than you might expect to pay. The D300 gets almo + Terrifyingly capable; extremely well built- Big; heavy; complicated; expensiveYeah, okay, you’re not too likely to buy this camera if you’re just starting out, but ...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-01
Sophisticated feature set; excellent AF performance; responsive 3D tracking AF system; incredibly vibrant 3-inch LCD; good low light/high ISO capabilities (with limitations—seeManual noise reduction produces overly soft images at “Normal” and “High” settings; 3D tracking can work against itself when the subject and background colors are similar; 8fps continuous shooting available only with optional batte...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-26
An expensive camera, but one offering superb image quality, features and handling Consumer-level DSLRs such as the A-Listed Canon 400D and Nikon D40x offer an excellent route into serious digital photography but, after a certain amount of time, users a...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-01
With its solid design, excellent handling and robust, weather-sealed build quality, the Nikon D300 offers professional quality at a reasonable price. The 12.3 megapixel CMOS sensor delivers stunning results – even at ISO 1600 – and it can be boosted t...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-14
Best out-of-the-box results on test, chunky, sturdy build yet not overly weighty, ergonomic control layout, fast and reliableExpensive, but better value for money if you’re already a Nikon user and own compatible lenses
Nikon’s D300 is another semi pro/enthusiast DSLR, that logically replaces the well-received D200 in the middle of the company’s lineup. It features a solid, tank-like build, and like the Canon, two LCDs – a high-resolution 3in screen dom...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-07
Outstanding image quality, great low-light performance, excellent response times, well-constructed body, large and bright LCD, great battery lifeExtremely expensive option, costly add-ons, complex camera aimed at enthusiasts
If youre looking for high-end features in your advanced digital camera, Nikons D300 offers some outstanding options. Youll pay a premium for those high-end features -- a suggested price of around $1,800 for the camera body alone -- but few cameras i...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-05
The Nikon D300 has more features than the beginner photographer would ever need. It now also features Live View, which works like in most other DSLRs. Which is to say, it is not like what you are used to on your consumer point-and-shoot digicams. The D...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-02
THIS is not only the most expensive camera in the round up but it is also the best all-round performer. It has intelligently laid-out dials and buttons and handles comfortably. Its easy-to-tweak custom setting sets it apart from its competitors.For som...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-01
Similar to the D3, the D300 features Nikons exclusive EXPEED Image Processing System that is central to driving the speed and processing power needed for many of the cameras new features. The D300 features a new 51-point auto focus system with Nikon...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-24
Excellent image quality, high ISO performance, and lens selection; market-leading LCD screen; huge feature set.Menu system requires a lot of scrolling; ISO control is difficult to reach; limited customization.
The Nikon D300’s excellent image quality, high ISO performance, robust feature set, and sturdy build make it a DSLR to seriously consider. There’s no doubt about it—the D300 is a great DSLR.
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Reviewed on 2008-04-21
Great handling Clear, bright viewfinder Fast autofocus High-res LCD Fast Burst mode Manual focus in the live view Excellent image qualityNo in-camera image stabilization Heavy Break in the live view for AF Overly basic included software
The 12.3-megapixel Nikon D300 updates the older D200 with more resolution on a new CMOS sensor that promises improved noise control. The D300 is the first DSLR in Nikon’s line to include dust reduction, and sits between the $999 D80 and the $3,499 D...
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