Nikon rounded out its product announcements today with an update to its professional camera lineup.
The D2Hs is a high-end Digital SLR camera that succeeds the D2H. Both cameras use a 4.1 megapixel DX format JFET image sensor LBCAST, but the newer version includes a battery of enhancements, including a new image processing engine, a greater burst depth of 40 RAW or 50 JPEG frames at 8 frames per second, new color and white balance control systems, an improved autofocus system, and a slightly higher resolution LCD display.
The Nikon D2Hs has a 2.5" LCD screen, supports CompactFlash and microdrive media, and uses a rechargeable Li-ion battery.
The D2Hs will be available in March, 2005 at an MSRP of US$3,499.95.
Nikonis new D2Hs digital SLR camera for $3,499.95.
(Photo courtesy of Imaging Resource)