Flagship 24.5-megapixel FX-format D-SLR—meticulously engineered for professionals whose work demands extreme resolution, file size and image fidelity
- Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL4a
- Quick Charger MH-22
- USB Cable UC-E4
- Audio Video Cable EG-D2
- Camera Strap AN-D3X
- Body Cap BF-1A
- Accessory Shoe Cover BS-2
- Eyepiece DK-17
- Battery Chamber Cover BL-4
- USB Cable Clip
- Software Suite CD-ROM
*Supplied accessories may differ depending on country or area.
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I would contact Service and Support if further questions.
Are other Nikon lenses interchangable with the D3X? Example other Nikon Dslr lenses..I have a Nikon D40 I have a 35-80mm lense & a 18-55mm lense.
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I have checked a fair number of Camera shops and the D3X is on back order, and has been that way for the past 3 plus months. When available?
Professional Photographer Hot One 2010 Award
The Nikon D3X D-SLR received the honors of a Professional Photographer magazine Hot One 2010 Award. The camera was chosen for its large, full-frame FX-format and high resolution of 24.5 megapixels. Also noted was the D3X's state-of-the-art autofocus system with 3D focus tracking and 3D Color Matrix Metering II.
September 2009, Camera Test: Nikon D3Xby Phil Ryan
Popular Photography's Philip Ryan reviewed the Nikon D3X and after running it through a series of tests in the Pop Photo Lab, Ryan concluded that the D3X is an "incredible DSLR." Ryan praised the D3X's ability to produce "truly stunning" photos, awarding the D3X with Excellent ratings for its resolution and color accuracy. The added combination of the "super-tough" build and "super" performance in low light led Ryan to concede that the Nikon D3X is "one smart big-ticket purchase."
July/August 2009, Nikon D3X: Camera of the Yearby Jonathan Barkey and Russell Hart
American Photo awarded the Nikon D3X the Editor's Choice for Pro D-SLR Camera of the Year. American Photo's Jonathan Barkey and Russell Hart agreed that the higher megapixels and "lightning fast, supersmart" autofocus separate the D3X from other digital SLRs. With added features including the D3X's "superb ergonomics" and "superior shadow detail," Barkey and Hart concluded that the Nikon D3X is the "best D-SLR money can buy."
July 2009, Nikon D3X Digital Camera – Full Reviewby Michael Tomkins, Dave Etchells and Siegfried Weidelich
Michael Tomkins, Dave Etchells and Siegfried Weidelich of Imaging-Resource reviewed the Nikon D3X and came to the early conclusion that the D3X "produces the highest image quality," praising its 24.5 megapixels of resolution, color fidelity and noise performance. The editors also complimented the build quality of the D3X, adding that it is "well-suited" for most any situation. They proclaimed the Nikon D3X the "ultimate digital SLR," and awarded it a five-star "Dave’s Pick."
March 2009, Nikon D3Xby Dan Havlik
PDN Online reviewed the Nikon D3X and was immediately impressed with its overall speed and 24.5-megapixels, adding that the D3X has "delicious image quality." Havlik later noted the D3X's "luxury" extras, including the self-diagnostic shutter and "powerful" lithium ion battery. He concluded that the Nikon D3X is an "amazing photographic machine."
February 2009, Nikon D3X In-Depth Reviewby Lars Rehm
Lars Rehm of DP Review praised the D3X's "stunning" image detail in low light settings. Rehm adds that the D3X delivers sharp details in part to the high resolution sensor coupled with a relatively weak AA filter and JPEG engine, making it the "best image detail that’s currently on the market." Rehm concluded that the D3X's ability to produce good results in under optimal conditions earned it DP Review’s highest award.