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The Nikon D3100 now comes in Stunning Red

September 8, 2011

D3100’s CMOS image sensor, EXPEED 2 image-processing engine and handy Guide mode now comes in stunning red

Nikon Corporation is pleased to introduce the Nikon D3100 in a brilliant red body. This is Nikon's first-ever red DSLR model and is targeted at hip and younger audiences who are keen to advance their photographic skills and upgrade to a DSLR while making a bold statement at the same time.

This entry level Nikon DX-format DSLR camera boasts the same great features as the original black model. It comes equipped with Nikon’s CMOS image sensor and EXPEED 2 image-processing engine to enable high-definition image capture and superior image quality, as well as a refined Guide mode that allows users to capture images with absolute ease and intuition.

D3100 primary features

  1. A DX-format CMOS image sensor and image-processing engine, EXPEED 2, both developed by Nikon enable capture of high-definition images with superior image quality

  2. A refined Guide mode that is easy to use

  3. Live view mode that allows users to frame still images or movies easily by simply viewing the camera monitor

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  4. D-Movie for recording and editing full-HD movies and AF-F (full-time-servo AF) focus mode for movie recording

  5. Built-in Scene auto selector

  6. Equipped with a face-priority AFfunction capable of detecting up to 35 human faces (D5000: up to 5 faces)

  7. Operation has been improved with the addition of an independent movie-record button and release-mode selector. In addition, the rubber grip provides a better fit.

  8. Equipped with a Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) bus that enables remote control playback of images and movies recorded with the camera when the camera is connected to a high-definition TV

  9. Equipped with a new exposure compensation algorithm for greater flexibility and performance with NEF (RAW) processing

  10. The new ViewNX 2 software is bundled with the D3100 for post-image processing


Specifications and equipment are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer.

September 2011