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We spent some time with the new Nikon D4S DSLR to find out a little more about its new and improved features. See the camera from all angles and learn more about the changes Nikon has made (and why it made them).
Nikon has finally announced the full specifications of its flagship DSLR, the Nikon D4S. Find out what’s new and improved, and tweet us your questions which we’ll be putting to Nikon later today.
Canon has updated its DSLR and enthusiast compact lines with the Canon EOS 1200D and PowerShot G1 X Mark II respectively. Find out what they offer and what we think of them.
Nikon has announced the Df, its lightest FX-format DSLR with a design heavily influenced by the company’s analogue forebears. Find out what we think in our hands-on review of the new model.
Nikon has furnished its award-winning DSLR line with a follow-on from its D5200 model, the Nikon D5300. We got our hands on a pre-production sample at Nikon’s official press launch – read on to see what we make of it.
Nikon has announced a replacement for its full frame D600 DSLR, the Nikon D610. The new camera boasts a revised shutter mechanism, improved white balance and weather sealing, in addition to a faster burst rate and a Quiet Continuous shutter mode.
Ricoh has unveiled a new flagship Pentax DSLR, the Pentax K-3. The Pentax K-3 sits above the K5-II and K5-IIs models announced last year, and arrives with the highest resolution sensor we’ve seen yet from a Pentax DSLR. Read our hands-on preview to see what we think of it.
This morning Nikon announced another DSLR camera for 2012: the D5200, which adds to their consumer range of DX-models. This isn’t just a camera for beginners though – with a 24.1 megapixel DX-format sensor and improved autofocus capability, it’s another impressive addition to an already exciting Nikon DSLR range.
Continuing the flurry of pre-Photokina activity, Canon have announced the launch of the EOS 6D! Sitting below the much lauded 5D Mark III in the EOS line-up, this little gem is a more affordable step into full frame photography.
Nikon introduces the D600 to their FX line-up this morning, offering full-frame shooting for serious enthusiasts at a more affordable price and we were lucky enough to get some hands-on time yesterday before its launch. Will it be a game changer?