Nikon’s new camera favours quality over quantity

“why would Nikon want to turn the clock back with its latest offering, a 6.1-megapixel SLR called the D40? cost is only part of the reason. On image tests, the six-megapixel D40 outperforms many of its bigger brethren. Nikon may have left out some bells and whistles, but the D40’s raw image-processing ability doesn’t seem to have suffered unduly.”

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