Along with a 24.1MP sensor and a new 1.3x crop mode, Nikon has removed the D7100′s optical low pass filter. Our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, put these features and more to the test in her Nikon D7100 review
A new Nikon cashback deal slashes cost of its DSLRs in the UK cutting cost of a camera body by up to £150.
The Nikon D7100 was only just announced today, but our head of testing Angela Nicholson got a hands-on trial of a pre-production with this new Nikon DSLR at the company’s London launch event. Find out her first impressions in her hands-on Nikon D7100 review.
Find out in our Nikon D5200 review whether Nikon’s 24.1MP DSLR with its 39-point AF and 2,016-pixel RGB sensor is the new camera for you.
Nikon has been rather busy over the past year, having already released the D4 and D800 in quick succession. But the company isn’t taking a break just yet. The Nikon D600 aims to fill the gap between the hugely capable and professional Nikon D800 and the enthusiast-level Nikon D7000.
Find out how our in-house testing team rate this new Nikon DSLR following its extensive round of lab and field tests.
Nikon says the new D600 is a “game changer”, and N-Photo was at the launch event in London to find out. One thing’s for sure – there’s a lot more to this new camera than the specifications alone suggest.
Nikon Skills is a series of iPad apps which will teach you how to get more from your Nikon digital SLR. Find out what’s included!
We’ve had a chance to try Nikon’s new D3200 on a few assignments for N-Photo magazine, in advance of our full review in N-Photo issue 9.
By all accounts, Nikon had a great year in 2011, topping both the DSLR and compact camera charts. The former came via the Nikon D3100, the company’s entry-level offering with a 14.2 million pixel sensor, which is a great way in for those looking to get serious about their photography.
After launching two new models at the very top of its lineup already this year, Nikon has now refreshed its beginner offering with the D3200, although interestingly not by replacing the D3100, but by introducing the new camera to sit alongside it.
The excitement surrounding the announcement of the full frame Nikon D800 has been unprecedented.
One of the key topics of conversation about the new camera has been its class-leading effective pixel count of 36.3 million – perhaps proving that the pixel race is not over, and that numbers still really grab the headlines.
Could such a high pixel count be the D800′s undoing though? Until recently Nikon’s mantra had been that 12-million pixels is enough if the images are clean, and Nikon has a strong reputation for its cameras’ low-light performance and noise control. Could 36-million pixels be a step too far, too soon?