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…

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),…

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…

The Low-Pass Filter

What it does, and why ditching it can be a good thing
By Mike Stensvold
The optical low-pass filter (OLPF), also known as an anti-aliasing or blur filter, has been in the photo news a lot lately, mainly because several manufacturers have eliminated it from some of their DSLRs and mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras. What's the deal? The low-pass filter's purpose is to do away with…

Nikon D5300

The D5300 is even more compact than its predecessor, measuring 4.9x3.9x3.0 inches and weighing 16.9 ounces.
By The Editors
Estimated Street Price: $2,999 (with 50mm Special Edition kit lens). INTRODUCED 11/2013 The Nikon D5300 offers a number of improvements over its excellent D5200 predecessor, while retaining the features that made the D5200 so popular. The pixel count remains the same, but the 24.2-megapixel DX (APS-C) CMOS sensor in the…

Nikon Df

The Df can use all current AF, AF-S, DX and AF-D Nikkor lenses, but it's also compatible with classic Ai and non-Ai Nikkor lenses with full-aperture metering.
By The Editors
Estimated Street Price: $2,999 (with 50mm Special Edition kit lens). INTRODUCED 11/2013 Nikon went back to its roots to create a full-frame DSLR for the old-school photographer who likes to control everything without messing with multiple menus. The new Df ("Digital Fusion") features a design reminiscent of Nikon's classic 35mm…
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