The D3 supersedes the D2H as Nikon's high-speed pro shooter.
Photo by: Nikon
Pressing the AF-On button flips up the mirror and initiates focusing when in one of the D3's Live View modes.
Photo by: Nikon
In addition to an LCD on top of the D3, Nikon retains the small settings readout on the back, for the most frequently used shooting options.
Photo by: Nikon
The shutter speed and aperture lock, flash, bracketing, and continuous-shooting options are clumped into a single button/dial combo control on the top left of the D3's body.
Photo by: Nikon
Though it's found in the same place as it was on the D2Xs, the D3's metering dial is in an unusual location.
Photo by: Nikon
The curvy, inverted "V" atop the viewfinder is one of the D3's new design touches.
Photo by: Nikon
An HDMI output is the new must-have jack for displaying photos on an HDTV.
Photo by: Nikon, Inc.

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