The R-D1s shares its predecessor’s 6 megapixel APS-C sensor, 2-inch LCD, RAW format, multiple black-and-white modes, and ISO 200-1600, and adds a few minor improvements, including a JPEG RAW mode, quick view function, Adobe RGB mode, and noise reduction for long exposures. Pricing hasn’t been announced, but will probably be in line with the original R-D1, which goes for about $3,000 (and which will probably come down a bit now that this one’s out, so if you can live without JPEG RAW and Adobe RGB, you may want to skip this one and see what kind of deal you can get on the D1 — unless you’d rather keep waiting for the Digital M).
By Deepak Gupta Posted on ,
Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
About the Author:
Deepak Gupta is a IT & Web Consultant. He is the founder and CEO of diTii.com & DIT Technologies, where he's engaged in providing Technology Consultancy, Design and Development of Desktop, Web and Mobile applications using various tools and softwares. Sign-up for the Email for daily updates. Google+ Profile.
Archos's new 4GB 104 with PlaysForSure
Epson Photo Fine P-4500 adds brighter display
@diTii Facebook Page
Recent News Topics