- Compatible with AI and PC-E lenses (according to the manual)
- 100% viewfinder
- Slightly lighter and more compact than D300 which I have
- Infra red remote (saves fiddling with 10-pin plug!)
- Resolution (32 megapixel 3:1 panoramic with a shift lens)
Of course there are loads of other features, such as HD video, which I don't really need, but as a light weight camera to take to the mountains, it has a lot of appeal.
Shame though that yet again, batteries have changed, as has the additional grip. The latter seems over-priced as it doesn't offer any additional speed (as it did with the MB-D10 for the D300/700).
See review here.