Nikon D300S Full Review
At the launch of Nikon’s pro-bodied, DX-format D300 in 2007 it marked something of a revolution for Nikon. At last, Nikon cemented their top-level cameras into two categories: FX and DX. But as far as the rest of the world was concerned, the real revolution came a year later with Nikon’s introduction of the D90 — the first DLSR capable of recording HD video. It’s no wonder that Nikon was so eager to take the new high resolution sensor and video mode from their mid-grade D90 and put it into a higher-priced DSLR … the new Nikon D300S.
The D300S features the same 12.9 megapixel APS-C sensor and Nikon’s latest generation EXPEED processor found in the D90. But there aren’t many more similarities between Nikon’s newest king of the DX format and the older, cheaper D90. The D300S is packed with the same 51-point AF system with color and distance tracking as well as optional viewfinder gridlines from the original D300. In fact, there is little that changed