5 reviews

Nikon D3X

$8,000.00 Released December, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Full frame sensor. Dual CF cards with intelligent backup/copy/overflow options. High resolution 24.5 MP.

The Cons:Doesn't offer HD video. Extremely expensive. Slower than the D3.

Released on December 1st 2008 the D3X is the latest flagship digital SLR from Nikon. Featuring a massive 24.5MP CMOS sensor the camera creates 138MB 14bit RAW images. With the latest in Nikon camera technology, images aren't just big, but beautiful.

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Product Shot 2 Arguably the best camera Nikon has ever produced, most reviewers are quite positive about the camera, however those such as Ken Rockwell point out the shortfalls of the camera and the fact that it offers very little over the original D3 for a much higher price.


  • 24.5-megapixel FX-format (35.9 x 24.0mm) CMOS sensor
  • 12 or 14bit images, through a 16bit pipeline
  • low noise ISO sensitivity from 100 to 1600
  • up to 5fps at full resolution
  • 4 dynamic automatic focus modes - 51 AF points
  • 3" LCD monitor - 920k pixels
  • 100% viewfinder coverage
  • dual CF cards - with backup, copy or overflow options
  • up to 4,400 pictures per battery charge

User Reviews (6)

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  • 4

    Full frame sensor

  • 2

    dual CF cards with intelligent backup/copy/overflow options

  • 2

    High resolution 24.5 MP

  • 1

    can create massive beautiful images

  • 1

    up to 4,400 pictures per battery charge

  • 4

    doesn't offer HD video

  • 4

    extremely expensive

  • 1

    slower than the D3

  • 1

    not much improvement over the D3

  • 1

    rather heavy

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