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The D70s is an evolution of the award winning D70. It inherits the image quality, high performance and user-friendliness of the D70 and introduces refinements that further help photographers freely capture precious moments the instant they unfold.
Nikon D70s Body Only Digital Camera
$1099.99 - $2499.99
pros: price, size, quality of pictures, digital, long-lasting battery
cons: not very user friendly (unless you really know what you're doing), a little heavy
Great camera for intermediate photographers
I have this camera and it works great! I love how most of my pictures have turned out. I've just sta... See Full Review
pros: easy to use, great pics
easy to use, great pics i use it all the time. great quality pictures. i bought it 3 month... See Full Review
pros: great pictures, a lot of options, a lot of accessories.
cons: Many menu options. Some menu selections revert back to default setting when switching modes.
Best Camera we've owned
As our baby daughter was becoming more mobile, we quickly realized that the run-of-the-mill digital... See Full Review
pros: easy to use; well priced; a good way to explore DSLRs
cons: older model; less advanced than newer Nikons
An excellent starter digital SLR
I purchased the Nikon D70 about two and a half years ago, when I temporarily moved from the United S... See Full Review
pros: Perfect camera when it works
cons: Can pass away out of a sudden with no warranty left behind.
This Camera Dies out of a Sudden
I am a Canadian Nikon user. I had this camera over a year, without any problem. And one day, I was o... See Full Review
pros: Quality photos. Easy to use. Many features.
cons: A bit heavy.
Love My D70
When I decided to upgrade to a digital SLR I felt like I didn't have many options. I already owned a... See Full Review
pros: Metering, all the way around is some of the best on the market.
cons: Lack of Mirror Lock-Up and Lossy Raw Compression (I WANT MY BITS BACK).
Excellent Entry Level Body With A Few Compromises
First I would like to note I&#146m not going to cover every spec of the camera because the specifica... See Full Review
pros: Shutter release, heavier body, interchangable lenses, Nikon brand.
cons: Compact flash instead of SD cards, only 6MP
A Great First DSLR
The D70s body was a strong, solid body. I purchased this body from Cameta Cameras on Ebay with the 1... See Full Review
pros: Easy to use with great results.
cons: Could take a little while to fully understand all the features this camera offers.
More than I could have ever asked for...
Wow - I have been shooing with Nikon cameras since the Nikon FE was introduced and have always been... See Full Review
pros: It has little shutter lag time. I get great shots with a flash.
cons: Poor autofocus, no manual focus assist grid, indistinct, uninteresting results.
Not very happy with this camera
I have owned this camera for about two years, and it has been a source of frustration from the begin... See Full Review
|LCD Screen Size||2 in.|
|Image Resolutions||3008 x 2000|
|Camera Resolution||6.2 Megapixel|
|Image Sensor Type||CCD|
|Interchangeable Lens||Interchangeable Lenses|
|Shutter Speed||30 - 1/8000 sec|
|Frames Per Second||3 Frames|
|Flash Type||Built-In & External|
|Flash Functions||Flash Off|
|File Size (Low Res.)||5.81 MB (about 22 images on 128MB card)|
|Memory Type||CompactFlash Card Type I|
|File Size (High Res.)||0.27 MB (474 images on 128MB card)|
|Tripod Mount||With Tripod Mount|
|Built-in Speaker||Without Built-in Speaker|
|Built-in Microphone||Without Built-in Microphone|
|Self Timer||2 Sec.|
|Viewfinder / Display|
|LCD Screen Resolution||130,000 pixels|
|Display Type||With LCD Screen|
|LCD Protected Position||Without LCD Protected Position|
|Video Interface||Video Out|
|Interface Type||USB 2.0|
|Battery Type||Proprietary Lithium|
|Operating System||Apple Mac OS X|
|Release Date||Q2, 2005|
|Family Line||Nikon D|