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Nikon D750 full frame DSLR revealed ahead of Photokina

By - September 12, 2014 10 Pictures
Nikon has announced the D750, its long-awaited follow-up to the D700, ahead of Photokina. The new camera will sit between the D610 and D810 in the Nikon full frame DSLR line-up, and boast many features we've previously seen on higher-end models. Designed for enthusiasts or pros, the 24.3-megapixel camera has a 51 point autofocus system, built-in Wi-Fi, and a tilting LCD screen. Read More
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The Pentax K-S1 DSLR lights up like a Christmas tree

By - August 28, 2014 5 Pictures
The Pentax K-S1 does not look like your typical DSLR. Not just because the 20 megapixel camera is available in the sort of variety of colors we've come to expect from Pentax. But because it also features an intriguing illumination interface with LEDs built into the camera body to indicate its current status of operation, count down for a self-timer or show the number of faces identified in a shot. Read More
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Ricoh reveals 51.4-megapixel Pentax 645Z medium-format DSLR

By - April 16, 2014 7 Pictures
Just a few months ago, there were no medium-format cameras with CMOS sensors. Now, it feels like you can't turn around in a camera store without bumping into one. Following hot on the heels of the Hasselblad H5D-50c and Phase One IQ250 is the Pentax 645Z, from Ricoh Imaging. An update to the Pentax 645D, the new US$8,500 medium-format DSLR features a 51.4-megapixel CMOS sensor, a wide sensitivity range, and Full HD video recording. Read More
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Hands-on with the Nikon D4S professional DSLR camera

By - March 2, 2014 12 Pictures
The Nikon D4S will soon be making its way into the hands of professional photographers who have decided to upgrade to the flagship US$6,500 DSLR on the promise of improved speed and low-light performance over its predecessor, the D4. And if our brief hands-on with the camera at The Photography Show in Birmingham, UK, is anything to go by, it looks like they won't be disappointed. Read More

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