The Nikon D40X is the lightest, smallest and cheapest APS-C DLSR launched by any manufacturer. This is the first camera having powerful inbuilt computer inside it and a big LCD display on the back. The Nikon D40X has compact light body and easy to use control layout.
Nikon Key Features:
- 10 mega pixel DX format CCD
- Large 2.5” LCD display
- 3.0 fps continuous shooting
- Nikon image processing engine
- Bigger view finder x0.8 magnification(95% coverage)
- ISO sensitivity range 100-1600 plus HI 1
- Support for SDHC( cards over 2 GB of capacity)
- USB 2.0 with PTP and Mass Storage device support
- Very compact, light body (smaller, lighter than D50)
- Improved menu user interface (as D80 / D200)
- New EN-EL9 Lithium-Ion battery (7.2V, 1000 mAh)
- New 'Version II' AF-S DX 18-55 mm kit lens
If we compare it with Nikon D40 we can see that Nikon had launched D40X with some add-ons over D40 these are:
- Faster continuous shooting (3 fps vs. 2.5 fps)*
- Lower base sensitivity (ISO 100 vs ISO 200)
- 10 megapixel sensor
- Auto ISO option includes ISO 200
D40X also has a unique feature of screen sleep in which screen light turns off, if it is in no use which also increase it power backup. It also has capacity to store large quantity of pictures in it. But sometimes you may face some problem when your memory card suddenly stops showing your photos stored in it. This problem is very common but never takes it lightly or perhaps you may lose all your stored photos in your D40X.
Never use your D40X when you face above mentioned problem. Do not click more pictures by D40x. Remove your SD card from D40x and connect it with your PC by using card reader. It is possible that you might be able to see your photos now is yes then copy them and save backup in your PC for further use.
If you are still not seeing your photos then go to www.stellarphotorecoverysoftware.com and download the stellar phoenix photo recovery software in your PC and star scanning D40x sd card. Now you will surely recover all your lost photos from sd card of D40x camera.