It’s among the best competitors for imaging and photography, Nikon has just brought out the all new DSLR D3100 professional camera, as Nikon proves this camera is the world’s first DSLR camera which could auto-focus while shooting video and snaps at 1080p.
The Nikon DSLR D3100 is price tagged for $700 and is $200 cheaper than the same configuration Canon T2i which is also capable of storing footage at 1080p but it has a slightly higher 30fps as compared to the Nikon’s 24fps at 1080p images and 30fps at 720p videos.
The Nikon D3100 is powered by a 14.2 mega-pixel powerful CMOS sensor and a 11-point auto focus system. The camera also features dual processor which allows to autofocus ceaselessly aligning the optics to insure your aim persists focused as you photograph at 1080p, without the necessitate for whatever fantasy blue-collar assists.
Another very clean feature the Nikon D3100 has is its ‘Guide Mode’ feature which directly shows you tutorials videos on the screen with instruction to how to use camera with what features for a particular environment.
Nikon DSLR D3100 will be available for purchase in the end of September and will cost $625, while a kit containing an 18-55mm lens with a vibration reduction will cost the price to $700 finally.