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Old Apr 20, 2005, 6:17 PM   #1
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The free firmware is designed to offer the Nikon D70 some of the same performance upgrades available in the new Nikon D70s announced today. Kudos to Nikon for supporting existing Nikon D70 owners in this way.

The new features provided by the firmware update include: Improved autofocus to equal D70s, easier to read menu system, and in camera page setup to support PictBridge direct printing.

Nikon D70 compared to D70s

After the new firmware is applied, the major differences between the Nikon D70 and the D70s become:

  • [/*][align=center]
    [align=left]2.0 inch LCD monitor on the D70s versus 1.8 inch on the Nikon D70[/align]
  • Built-in flash angle coverage to cover 18mm lens on the D70s compared to 20mm lens with the D70

  • The remote cord MC-DC1 can be used on the D70s

  • EN-EL3a (1500 mAh) higher capacity Li-Ion rechargeable battery supplied vs EN-EL3 (1400 mAh) with the D70

  • Smaller and lighter quick charger MH-18a is supplied with the Nikon D70s

  • Larger more comfortable rubber eye cup DK-20 is supplied with the D70s

  • The CR2 battery holder MS-D70 is not supplied with the Nikon D70s
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