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Sony a7 II

AF and auto exposure are provided during the camera's fastest 5 fps shooting rate. The new camera also starts up 40% faster than the original a7.
By The Editors
Estimated Street Price: $1,700. INTRODUCED 11/2014 In fall 2013, Sony shook up the mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera world by introducing the first full-frame-sensor model—two, actually—the 24-megapixel a7 and 36-megapixel a7R. In spring 2014, they added the low-light/4K video specialist a7S and now have introduced the successor to that first a7 model,…

Nikon D3300

Nikon's new D3300 improves on the excellent D3200 entry-level DSLR
By The Editors
Estimated Street Price: $649 (with 18-55mm VR II kit zoom) INTRODUCED 1/2014 Nikon's new D3300 improves on the excellent D3200 entry-level DSLR in a number of ways. There's a new EXPEED 4 image processor (vs. the EXPEED 3 in the D3200), and normal ISO range is now 100-12800 (vs. 100-6400),…

Nikon D4S

Nikon's new professional flagship is the D4S, and it's the fastest Nikon DSLR yet
By The Editors
List Price: $6,499 (body only) INTRODUCED 2/2014 Nikon's new professional flagship is the D4S, and it's the fastest Nikon DSLR (11 fps at full-res with continuous AF, up from 10 fps in the D4), with likely the best high-ISO image quality due to a newly developed 16.2-megapixel, FX-format full-frame CMOS…

Canon EOS Rebel T5

Canon's new EOS Rebel T5 replaces the T3 as the entry-level model in the large EOS DSLR lineup
By The Editors
Estimated Street Price: $549 (with 18-55mm IS II lens) INTRODUCED 2/2014 Canon's new EOS Rebel T5 replaces the T3 as the entry-level model in the large EOS DSLR lineup, improving on its predecessor in a number of ways, including a 50% increase in pixel count, a more powerful processor, a…

Sony Alpha a77 Mark II

Quick phase-detection AF for both stills and video.
By The Editors
Estimated Street Price: $1,199 (body only); $1,799 (with 16-50mm ƒ/2.8 kit zoom) INTRODUCED 5/2014 Sony's new Alpha a77 Mark II DSLR (a77II, for short) improves upon its SLT-A77 predecessor in a number of ways, yet carries a price some $200 lower than the original a77 when it was introduced nearly…

Retro Revolution

Many photographers are starting to take notice of the trend toward smaller, simpler, interchangeable-lens systems sparked by mirrorless cameras, and are downsizing their systems for much of their work.
By J. Dennis Thomas
Many photographers—even seasoned pros who once revered their large pro DSLRs with all the bells and whistles and huge, fast zooms—are starting to take notice of the trend toward smaller, simpler, interchangeable-lens systems sparked by mirrorless cameras, and are downsizing their systems for much of their work. Not all subjects…
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