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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Nikon D-300 Waiting List

OK – I didn’t write this – this is directly from the Nikon marketing material – but it’s still exciting, if you are a Nikon shooter. Chris James first sent me the information, a few days ago, and now Ritz Camera is taking waiting list orders. (I bought my first DSLR – a Nikon D-100 – after being on a waiting list).

“The D-300 will be available from The Nikon Store @
beginning in November 2007 for an estimated selling price of $1,799.95**. ENTER "d-300" IN THE search box. With the introduction of the D300, Nikon's current lineup of digital SLR cameras now includes the new D3, D2XS, D300, D200, D80, D40x and D40.

“Nikon's D200 digital SLR camera was a runaway success for because it embodies everything that performance-conscious photographers demanded. With the D300, Nikon has raised the bar with remarkable new features, greater resolution and speed, and even higher image quality. The D300 delivers an unmatched combination of quality, performance and value that's hard for discerning photographers to resist.”

If you buy one, I’d love to hear your ‘review’.


  1. What about the D50?, I have the D50 and it too is a great camera, still learning it, after having it for almost 2 years, all in all i am still a rookie, it starting to get the hang of it. Great blog site, i am learning alot or at least trying to learn as much as i can. Thanks Tim McCuiston Overland Park,KS

  2. Thanks for the commetn, Tim. The D50 is a great little camera. If compares favorably to the D70, except that the D50 doesn't have a flash Command Mode -- meaning that it can not control multiple, off-camera flashes. Of course, that is not something eveyone is interested in.

    There are other difference, but learn to use it well, and it will serve you for many years.

    Read blogs and visit forums and -- most importantly: SHOOT. Take photographs and then study your own work - see what you like and don't like. Try to find ways to improve specific aspects of your photography.

    Best of luck!