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Nikon D40 Digital SLRAmazon UK are selling the Nikon D40 Digital SLR for only £220 making it the cheapest Digital SLR available today. The D40 has now been replaced by the D40x, and features a 6 megapixel sensor, a compact body, a 2.5″ screen, ISO 200 – 1600, 2.5fps shooting, a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds.

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Nikon D40 Digital SLRThink Camera have reviewed the Nikon D40 Digital SLR (now replaced by the D40x), it features a 6 megapixel sensor, a compact body, a 2.5″ screen, ISO 200 – 1600, 2.5fps shooting, a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. Available from Amazon UK for £240 with kit lens it’s the cheapest Digital SLR available today.

“We’re not sure how long the Nikon D40 will keep going in the market, but until it finally drops off the radar, it represents the most fantastic value in DSLR at the moment. Yes it’s dated and that shows, but the images are good and the camera is fun to use. What’s not to love about the Nikon D40…”

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRWe’ve just published our review of the new Nikon D40x Digital SLR – the D40x is a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 3200, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. It’s also one of the cheapest 10 megapixel Digital SLRs available, priced at £397 with kit lens from Amazon. Find out how it competes in our review:

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRA while ago I mentioned a road trip to Rome with the Nikon D40x DSLR. Well, I’ve finally uploaded several sample photos, and as a Christmas bonus, I’ve even included some custom wallpapers!

The new Nikon D40x Digital SLR is a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 1600, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. The D40x is available for £397 with kit lens.

View our Nikon D40x DSLR Sample Photo Gallery

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRPhotography BLOG have reviewed the new Nikon D40x Digital SLR, a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 1600, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. The D40x is available for £378 with kit lens.

“Colors are rich at default settings and there are a bunch of internal image optimizing settings to tweak the color if default is not your cup of tea. There’s a decent continuous shooting capability, and ISO performance is good. Folks moving into a DSLR from a P&S will feel right at home with the auto and scene program modes.”

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRDigital Camera Review have reviewed the new Nikon D40x Digital SLR, a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 1600, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. The D40x is available for £409 with kit lens.

“Colors are rich at default settings and there are a bunch of internal image optimizing settings to tweak the color if default is not your cup of tea. There’s a decent continuous shooting capability, and ISO performance is good. Folks moving into a DSLR from a P&S will feel right at home with the auto and scene program modes.”

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRThink Camera have reviewed the new Nikon D40x Digital SLR, a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 1600, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. The D40x is available for £445 with kit lens.

“Nikon’s D40x takes great pictures, there are plenty of controls and it comes in at a terrific price. However, it’s essentially a D40 with more megapixels (one could say almost the same of the Canon 400D, too). More isn’t necessarily better; unless you print large or crop heavily, you may as well save yourself the £100 difference and go for the D40.”

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRDCViews have reviewed the new Nikon D40x Digital SLR, a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 1600, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. The D40x is available for £450 with kit lens.

“Barely four months after the introduction of the original D40 – which incidentally was on its way to becoming quite a popular camera – Nikon have released a follow up called the D40X. From the outside there is nothing to distinguish the Nikon D40X from its sister model except for the discreet labelling next to the lens mount. On the inside however, the biggest change is the upgrade from the original 6-megapixel Nikon DX format sensor to one with 10.2 million pixels, which delivers a maximum image size of 3872 x 2592 as compared to 3000 x 2000 on the original D40.”

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRImaging Resource have reviewed the new Nikon D40x Digital SLR, a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 1600, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. The D40x is available for £455 with kit lens.

“Nikon really shocked the market with the D40. Just four months later they did it again with the Nikon D40x. Its jump to 10 megapixels brought more than just resolution enhancements, it brought a new shutter, slightly greater speed, and, surprisingly, better low light performance than the already impressive D40 offered. That’s tough to do when you’re raising resolution.”

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Nikon D40x Digital SLRDCResource have reviewed the new Nikon D40x Digital SLR, a 10 megapixel update to the Nikon D40, it features the same compact body, a 2.5″ screen, and adds a 10 megapixel sensor, ISO 100 – 1600, and 3fps shooting, it has a near-instant startup of 0.18 seconds. The D40x is available for £455 with kit lens.

“Less than four months after introducing their entry-level D40 digital SLR, Nikon released a fancier version, known as the D40x. I think it’s safe to assume that a lot of D40 owners weren’t entirely pleased with this news! The original D40 brought ease-of-use and a comfortable compact body to the D-SLR world, and it was a welcome development. It offered a solid design, great photo quality, a very user-friendly menu system, and the kind of performance that you’d expect from a digital SLR.”

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