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The Nikon D3000 is an entry-level DSLR, but that doesn't mean it's a stripped-down, no-frills camera. The latest crop of beginner DSLRs have pushed the bar higher for this class,[...]
The Nikkor AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8G prime came as a surprise: Nikon has been more well-known for its zoom lens development in recent years. But with the new 35mm f/1.8,[...]
Not everyone is a born photographer. But the good news is, you don't have to be a professional photographer to capture killer snapshots. If you're not content with capturing life's[...]
While the new Canon EOS 7D bears some family resemblance to the 50D and the 5D Mark II, don't get the idea it's just another model with different resolution. New[...]
Announced early this year, the Canon T3 fits into the middle of the entry-level Rebel lineup with a 12.2 megapixel sensor and 720p HD video. See how it stacks up[...]
Just bought your first DSLR? Welcome to a world of endless accessory options. Lenses, bags, filters, tripods - there are countless ways to expand and customize your DSLR arsenal. Before[...]
The Nikon D7000 leans heavily on the "pro" side of the prosumer category. Features like 1080p HD video, a new 39-point AF system and a 16.2 megapixel CMOS sensor make[...]
The Nikon D3100 is the newest entry-level DSLR in the Nikon lineup. It got a resolution bump up to 14 megapixels along with a boost to full 1080 HD video[...]
Canon's first DSLR to feature both full HD and 720p video capture, the Canon Rebel T1i made a splash when it was announced a few months back. It's video is[...]
The Canon T3i pushes aside the T2i, snatching the title of "flagship Rebel" just about a year after the T2i was introduced. The T3i boasts a 3.0-inch articulating monitor, 1080[...]
Only ten months after the flagship Rebel T1i hit the market, it has passed the flag over to the newly-introduced Canon EOS Rebel T2i. Apart from a strong physical resemblance[...]
The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is the latest evolution at the top of Canon's DSLR line. Along with the higher-res 1Ds Mark III, it's the faster-shooting member of their[...]
The Pentax K-x is a compact, beginner-friendly DSLR. Though similar in size and shape to the K2000, it shares some of the features of their pro K-7. Unique functions like[...]
The Canon 60D brings a swiveling LCD to the EOS DSLR class for the first time. Did it bring impressive image quality to match its prosumer feature set? Read our[...]
The Nikon D5000 is the much-anticipated replacement for the entry-level D60, but the D5000 brings the higher resolution sensor from the D90 along with the ability to record 720p video.[...]
With lots of carry-over parts from the advanced Rebel XSi, the entry-level Canon Rebel XS is a budget model that's anything but bare bones.
The Canon EOS 50D sits in the middle of Canon's DSLR lineup, offering reasonably priced performance for working pros and amateurs alike.
The Olympus E-5 is the newest top-of-the-line DSLR that uses a Four Thirds sensor developed by Olympus. What makes the E-5 unique is the addition of a higher resolution image[...]
The Better Beamer is the gold standard for flash extenders. So how (and how well) does this odd looking contraption work, and why do you need one? Read on...
The Pentax K-7 is a surprisingly affordable DSLR that rivals the performance and features of the Canon 7D and the Nikon D300S for a fraction of the price. In our[...]