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Gizmag compares the Nikon D810 with the Nikon D800/E

Nikon has updated its line of massively megapixeled full-frame DSLRs with the addition of the D810, but how does the new shooter stack up against its predecessors, the D800 and D800E? Let's compare the specifications and core features of the cameras to see which one is right for you.  Read More

The D810 is Nikon's latest big-megapixel full frame DSLR

Two years ago, when Nikon unleashed the D800 and D800E on the world, their 36.3-megapixel sensors shocked many photographers (and their hard drives). Now, Nikon has revealed its update to the megapixel-monsters in the form of the D810, an equally megapixeled beast with a wider ISO range, faster continuous shooting, and improved video functions.  Read More

The Nikon 1 S2 can shoot at impressive speeds of up to 20 fps with continuous autofocus

Nikon has updated its 2014 mirrorless camera line-up with the launch of the Nikon 1 S2, and the announcement that the previously revealed 1 J4 will be making its way to the US. Despite being the new entry-point into the 1 Series, the S2 features a 14.2 megapixel CX-format sensor, a new 135-point autofocus system, and can shoot at speeds of up to 20 fps with continuous autofocus.  Read More

The Nikon 1 J4 will be bundled with a new 1 Nikkor VR 10–30mm F3.5–F5.6 kit lens which fea...

Nikon has added two new cameras to its 2014 line-up. The J4 is the new mid-range 1 Series camera, which inherits a lot of tech and features from its higher-end V3 sibling, while the Coolpix S810c is the company's latest attempt at an Android-powered compact camera and boasts an increased focal range and a bigger rear touchscreen than its predecessor.  Read More

The Nikon 1 V3, including optional EVF and grip

Nikon is adding a new member to its 1 system mirrorless camera range. The company is claiming the world's fastest continuous shooting frame rate (among interchangeable lens digital cameras) for the V3, which also brings a new image sensor, an impressive hybrid autofocus system, high ISO noise reduction prowess and built-in Wi-Fi. The new model is also a little more compact than 2012's V2, having had the built-in electronic viewfinder stripped away.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on with the soon-to-be-released Nikon D4S professional DSLR

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

The D4S is the latest flagship professional DSLR from Nikon

When Nikon teased the development of its new flagship professional DSLR in January, it was somewhat coy about divulging any exact specifications. But now that the Nikon D4S has been officially revealed, we know it boasts a newly developed 16.2-megapixel sensor, Nikon's new Expeed 4 image-processing engine, and the ability to shoot at almost ridiculously high ISOs.  Read More

Nikon has introduced a number of new Coolpix cameras for 2014

Ahead of the CP+ photo show in Japan, Nikon has unveiled a selection of new cameras which update its Coolpix line-up for 2014. As is the way with the Coolpix range, the new cameras vary from bridge-style super-zooms and enthusiast models, to rugged cameras, those designed for families, and ones which make sharing easy.  Read More

The Nikon D3300 will be bundled with a new smaller 18-55-mm kit lens

Nikon has revealed its latest entry-level DSLR, the D3300. The new camera has a 24-megapixel sensor without an optical low pass filter, uses the new EXPEED 4 image processor and will come with a new small and retractable standard zoom kit lens. At the other end of the DSLR line-up, Nikon has also announced the development of D4S, its next flagship DSLR.  Read More

Gizmag compares some of the best high-end DSLRs on the market

Even entry-level DSLRs are now capable of producing very good quality images. But the high-end market, where cameras cost thousands of dollars, is about much more than that. These cameras are designed for enthusiasts and professionals who demand the ultimate in autofocus speed and manual controls, along with image and build quality. In this guide Gizmag compares our pick of the best high-end DSLRs currently on the market.  Read More

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