The Semi-Pro Nikon DSLR cameras fall neatly in between the entry-level Nikon cameras and the professional Nikon cameras. They are for more advanced photographers who have outgrown the features on their entry level DSLR, or for professionals looking to have an affordable backup body that produces quality, high resolution images. These models include the Nikon D90, D300, D300s and D7000. You can read an overview of each below.
• The Nikon D90
The D90 was heralded as a landmark camera on its April 2008 launch, because it was the first DSLR from any manufacturer to include HD video capabilities. Today, it is still highly regarded as a great all-round camera that works well under many different conditions. Its 12 megapixel sensor gives high resolution images that look as good on the 3 inch LCD screen as they do on your monitor at home. Noise reduction is handled very well up to ISO 3200, and the rugged body will autofocus with virtually any Nikon autofocus lens. Read this article for an in-depth review.
• The Nikon D300
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Like the D90 and the D40, the D300 has proven to be one of Nikon's most popular DSLRs. It was first announced in August 2007, and was soon being touted as a more cost efficient alternative to the pro-bodied D3. Showcase features included focus tracking by color via a 51 point autofocus system, continuous shooting up to six frames per second, a 3-inch high resolution LCD with live view, a self-cleaning sensor, and weather sealing. It left many people wondering why they would need to pay the extra for a D3.
• The Nikon D300s
At the end of July, 2009, Nikon gave the D300 a makeover to bring it up to date with some of the latest technologies. Upgrades included the now obligatory HD movie mode, but this time with a...