Nikon D40x review
By: WDC Team, What Digital Camera (May 1, 2007)
The newcomer may have 4 million pixels more, but this isn’t enough to make it a ‘better’ camera; what it gains in resolution it loses in picture quality, which only serves to balance the tally sheet. It ultimately seems that the D40x is trying to be ‘forced’ into a gap in the market that doesn’t currently exist. While it is by no means a bad camera I’d still say that if you want a...
Nikon D40X review
The Nikon D40x is one of the more interesting DSLRs around right now because it clearly illustrates both the marketing and monetary value of a 10 Megapixel model over an otherwise identical 6 Megapixel version. At Cameralabs we felt the earlier D40 was one of the most sensible launches of recent times, resisting the marketing race to ever-higher resolutions which few people actually...