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Shoots full 1080p HD video.
6fps continuous shooting.
High performance in a compact DSLR.
Dual SD/SDHC/SDXC card slots.
Great lowlight/highISO performance.
Very good image and video quality.
Autofocus in video and Live View modes.
Built-in intervalometer for timelapses.
Fast autofocus with the new 39-point AF sensor.
Viewfinder with 100% coverage and VGA screen.
6fps continuous shooting at all quality settings.
Great battery life.
Maximum ISO of 25,600 st full resolution.
Mode dial moves too easily.
Could be better balanced.
Pricey for an enthusiast camera.
Slow autofocus in Live View.
Overexposure in some shots.
Function and bracket buttons difficult to access.
Fulltime autofocus in video mode needs work.
New Nikon users will face a learning curve.
Weird Release-Mode dial.
Heavy noise above ISO 10,000.
No audio meters or headphone jack.
No live histogram.
Lacks direct manual video controls.
Poorly placed ISO button.
No 30fps or higher 1080p video recording.
Continuous buffer limited in depth.
By Tech2 on March 23, 2012
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