On March 29, Nikon will release the D40x, an upgraded version of its popular D40 entry-level digital SLR. The new camera captures higher-resolution images than the D40, and has improved metering and colour balance.
The D40x has a 10.2-megapixel sensor that allows it to capture images at up to 3,872-x-2,592 pixels in size, which allows them to be printed at 300dpi at A3+. Nikon's 3D Colour Matrix Metering technology improves the accuracy of exposure settings, according to the company, while the Auto White Balance function delivers natural colours.
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