Posted on Saturday, June 04 2005 @ 12:15:34 CEST by LSDsmurf
It is interesting to see history repeating itself. Last year Canon released an affordable and innovating digital SLR - the 300D, to be followed by the new Nikon D70 only a few weeks later. Now again, after the arrival of Canon's 350D, Nikon storms the market with not one, but two new models, the D70s and a brand spanking new D50. The former is a replacement or upgrade of the D70 of last year, while the latter is an entry-level model aimed at those upgrading from digital compacts. In this article we will look more closely at what the D70s has to offer and whether it is worthwhile to trade in your "old" D70 just yet.