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Just posted! Our detailed in-depth review of the Nikon D40X, the ten megapixel follow-on from the D40. As well as another four megapixels the D40X also features faster continuous shooting (three frames per second) and a lower base sensitivity of ISO 100. Delivering a compact digital SLR with a ten megapixel sensor for $699 means the D40X is aimed squarely at the Canon EOS 400D (Rebel XTi). See how it performed and how it compared to such stiff competition in our extensive review.
Phil: Note that we also have a completed Olympus E-410 review which has been placed on hold as we have been informed by Olympus that the camera we (and it seems other reviewers) had for review may be faulty. We are still awaiting a replacement camera to re-confirm our test results before posting. (The 'fault' is with metering and would not affect the E-410 images used for comparison in the D40X review).