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Nikon D40 Budget DSLR Images Leaked

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Here they are, folks. The images you have all been waiting for. Yes, the same images you have been losing sleep over. The leaked images of the Nikon D40 are here! Yea! The D40 is being considered a "budget DSLR" (I was unaware those existed), and will have a 6.1-megapixel sensor, 2.5-inch LCD and other goods. Not much else is known.

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DISCUSSION

Help me on keeping Nikon model number score, here, folks. We now have a D40, D50, D70s, D80, D200, and D2X — with the D40 in the couple hundred Big Mac level, and the D2X in the couple thousand, right?

It seems to me that rather than offend the owners of D50 cameras (me, for example) that they will create a new camera called a D40 which is essentially the same thing. Maybe I am alone on this, but I think most people that purchase digital cameras know that within a couple of years that the same camera could be purchased for significantly less. So, is it really necessary to release a whole new model?

Then again, the marketing folks at Nikon probably know more about this subject than me.