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De D3s is a much better choice.
I copied this from Mansurovs website.
D3s can shoot ISO 200-12,800 in native mode and ISO 25,600 (H1), ISO 51,200 (H2) and ISO 102,400 (H3) in “boost” mode (D3 is 200-6,400 with ISOs 12,800 and 25,600 in boost mode).
The Nikon D3s now features an “image sensor cleaning” technology just like in other lower-end cameras such as the D300s and D700 that vibrates the low pass filter and reduces dust on the sensor, without impacting the 100% coverage of the viewfinder.
A new 1.2x crop factor @ 8.4 megapixels is added for a “telephoto” effect for those who need the extra reach.
D3s can shoot 720p video (1280 x 720 @ 24 fps). The “rolling shutter” effect is greatly reduced, thanks to a new video recording algorithm in D3s.
D3s sports a much larger buffer that can continuously record up to 48 RAW images and up to 130 JPEG images.
A couple of new white balance and image parameters are added into the menu.
A new release mode “Q” (quiet shutter-release) is added, just like in D300s.
D3s is slightly lighter than the D3 (2.12 lb vs 2.7 lb).
You can read the article here