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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,[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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 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[...]
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 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.[...]
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 Canon EOS 50D sits in the middle of Canon's DSLR lineup, offering reasonably priced performance for working pros and amateurs alike.
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[...]
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.
We had high expectations of the Panasonic G2 and it didn't disappoint us. But is it worth an extra $200 over the price of a very similar G10? That depends[...]
The Nikon D90's revolutionary video capture capabilities have dominated the buzz around this camera, but video is only part of the story with Nikon's latest prosumer model.