Nikon today introduced the new D2H professional digital SLR camera, designed for photojournalists and sports/action photographers. Nikon says that virtually every aspect of the camera’s performance has been designed from the ground up to facilitate high-speed photography under demanding conditions. The D2H is capable of continuously shooting 8 frames per second and buffers up to 40 JPEG images. It also incorporates a new 11-sensor autofocus system with 9 cross type sensors and versatile performance, a new DX format 4.1 effective megapixel JFET imaging sensor called ‘LBCAST’ designed by Nikon and Wi-Fi capabilities for 802.11b wireless transmission of images. The D2H will make its first public appearance at the 9th annual IAAF World Championships in Athletics, at Stade de France, Paris starting August 23, 2003.