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[ANTEPRIMA, video e foto] Nikon D5000

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nuova Nikon D5000

AGGIORNAMENTO (13:02): appena pervenuto il file PDF in lingua italiana (fonte Nital) che illustra le caratteristiche della nuova Nikon D5000. Confermata inoltre la disponibilità prevista per maggio 2009; il prezzo, ancora non ufficiale, dovrebbe aggirarsi per il kit con il 18-55mm VR tra gli 850 ed i 900 Euro. [fine]

Dopo mesi di rumors e voci di corridoio più o meno confermate, a partire da Ken Rockwell fino ad arrivare a NikonRumors, e lontano dalla confusione del PMA, finalmente la più temibile rivale della schiera rappresentata dalle proposte “entry” Canon, Olympus, Pentax e SONY è arrivata.

La nuova Nikon D5000, che affianca la D60, porta con se molte innovazioni (in casa Nikon) che già vorremmo vedere applicate alle reflex di fascia più alta del Produttore giapponese…

La cosa più evidente è il nuovo display posteriore orientabile da 2,7″ ad alta risoluzione che ricalca pari pari il concetto sul quale muove la recentemente introdotta Olympus E-620.

Per il resto, piuttosto che la -ovviamente presente, visto il trend generale- feature video 720@24fps, è interessante lo sviluppo del sensore da 12Mpixel, evoluzione di quello utilizzato sulla D90, che sembra avere una qualità d’immagine leggermente superiore anche rispetto a quello presente nel corpo macchina D300. Infatti, sia sotto il profilo del rumore che della risoluzione, l’imager della D5000 migliora rispetto alle precedenti generazioni: per averne riprova, è sufficiente paragonare le foto di test scattate e pubblicate su Imaging Resource utilizzando il loro Comparometer.

Prezzo di 699,00 Euro per il solo corpo e di 799,00 Euro con l’ottica kit Nikkor 18-55mm VR (vedere ultimo aggiornamento in alto); disponibilità per la fine della primavera.

Risorse Internet: hands on, foto, video

Anteprima su Imaging Resource

Scatti preliminari in alta risoluzione su Lets Go Digital

Brochure Nikon D5000 (lingua inglese)

Scatti ufficiali Nikon D5000 su Nikon Japan

Video promo n.1 Nikon D5000 su YouTube (fonte Nikon Australia)

Video promo n.2 Nikon D5000 su YouTube (fonte Nikon Australia)

Sommario Specifiche Tecniche Nikon D5000

Sensore: 12,3 megapixel APS-C (1,5x crop factor)
Scatti per sec.: 4 fps (buffer max. di 67 file JPEG, max. res. e min. compressione, e 11 RAW)
ISO: Auto, 100*, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400* (*-100 e 6400 ISO sono valori estesi)
Attacco a baionetta: Nikon F-mount
Ottica intercambiabile: in kit con il corpo macchina viene fornito lo zoom 18-55 / stabilizzato
Mirino: ottico, 95% di copertura, fatt. ingrandimento 0,78x
Auto Focus: MultiCAM 1000, 11 punti con sensore centrale cross-type
Display: display 2,7″LCD orientabile, circa230K pixel
Vel. di scatto: 30 – 1/4000sec / bulb
Flash: integrato – hot-shoe per unità esterne (x-sync 1/200 sec.)
Video: HD1280×720@24fps (AVI, MotionJPEG)
Memoria: SD/SDHC
Batteria: lithium-ion proprietaria EN-EL9e
I/O e connessioni: USB2.0
Dimensioni e peso (solo corpo): 127mm (L) × 104mm (H) × 80mm (P) / 560gr. senza batteria

Immagini Ufficiali Nikon D5000

Olympus E-620, fronte

Nikon D5000, vista frontale

Olympus E-620, fronte

Nikon D5000, vista posteriore LCD chiuso

Olympus E-620, fronte

Nikon D5000, vista posteriore LCD aperto

Olympus E-620, fronte

Nikon D5000, vista laterale destra

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nikon D5000, vista laterale sinistra

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nikon D5000, vista superiore

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nikon D5000, vista posteriore con display LCD orientabile

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nikon D5000, vista con display LCD orientabile

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nikon D5000, vista con display LCD orientabile

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nikon D5000, vista frontale con flash integrato esteso

Nuova Olympus E-620

Nikon D5000, vista posteriore con flash integrato esteso

Nuova Olympus E-620 Nuova Olympus E-620

Press release ufficiale Nikon Europe

Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 14th April 2009 - Nikon Europe is pleased to announce the introduction of a new DSLR for the hobbyist and for family fun: the D5000. Packed with features that make taking pictures easy and fun, this camera stands out above the competition with its unique vari-angle LCD monitor, which allows you to shoot easily from any angle you can imagine.

The D5000 has inherited the D90’s groundbreaking HD movie capability, Nikon’s proprietary D-Movie function. Coupled with extensive in-camera editing features, a wide choice of scene modes, 12.3MP sensor and high-sensitivity between ISO 200 and 3200 (which can be extended to ISO 100 and ISO 6400 equivalent) for shooting in a wide range of lighting conditions, this camera makes it easier than ever to take great quality pictures.

View life from a different angle
The D5000’s 2.7-inch vari-angle LCD monitor offers a whole new perspective on photography, allowing you to take pictures easily from any angle. Its flexible, moving screen allows you to position the camera perfectly to suit the angle or shot you’re trying to take – so whether you’re at a concert and you want to get a clear view above the crowd for your shot or you want to take a picture from ground level, you can adjust the vari-angle monitor to give you the best view of your subject. Close it to protect the monitor or place it in the standard position for regular shooting using the viewfinder. You can even reverse the monitor for effortless, perfectly-framed self-portraits. Thanks to Nikon’s ergonomic design values and the downward opening direction of the screen, it will never get in your way, and you’ll be able to maintain a steady grip on the body which will prevent camera shake. The choice is limitless.

D-Movie and Live View
Shooting movie clips with a DSLR will allow you to get really creative. For example, you can change the lens for a new perspective and enhance the emotional impact of your movies using the Picture Control settings before you even start shooting. The D5000 offers D-Movie (with audio) – high-definition movie capture perfectly compatible with the latest television screens and an HDMI output for easy connection. The single button access to the Live View function allows you to view and compose your shot or movie on the vari-angle LCD monitor for optimal framing. When taking still shots, the camera offers four types of contrast AF (wide area, normal area, face detection and new subject tracking) to make capture as easy as possible. In subject tracking AF mode, the camera will even restart tracking the subject once it leaves the frame and then returns, so your target will always be in focus.

Setting the Scene
With a total of 19 scene modes, you don’t have to know the ins and outs of digital photography to take great pictures. Simply turn the dial to ‘scene’, choose the appropriate scene mode setting and the camera will do the rest for you. The camera will even display a sample scene to make the scene selection easier for you. Another easy-to-use feature is the camera’s extensive range of built-in editing function, with which you can edit your pictures and create visual effects in-camera, before you even get to a computer.

There’s more
In addition to all these features, the D5000 is a high quality camera in its own right. With its high-sensitivity 12.3 effective megapixel CMOS image sensor, Nikon’s innovative EXPEED high-speed image-processing system, fast and precise 11-point AF system and highly-durable, high-performance shutter, it is also perfectly suited to those with a higher level of photographic knowledge. Image quality is guaranteed further by the image sensor cleaning mechanism with airflow control system, Active D-Lighting and Picture control. The different playback options of the D5000 are as enjoyable as they are practical. You can view photos in batches of up to 72, and there is also a calendar view that organises images by date and time. And for serious photo enthusiasts, the D5000 can display a histogram on magnifies areas of the image to facilitate exposure control. It feels good to handle, too, with Nikon’s typically ergonomic design in a compact, light-weight body. Those who shoot pictures in quieter settings will appreciate the new Quiet shooting mode and, the built-in pop-up flash which will automatically detect when the flash is needed. For those on the move, GPS-compatibility with Nikon’s GP-1 unit will come in handy when pinpointing shooting locations as will the HDMI output when you finally want to present your great shots to your family and friends. The Nikon D5000 is compatible with a wide variety of AF-S and AF-I Nikkor lenses.

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