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Recent DSLR Reviews

Nikon Review

Nikon D7100 Review: Fantastic Flagship

The Nikon D7100 is no joke! It has a 24.1MP APS-C sensor, 3.2-inch LCD, weather sealing, dual card slots and produces great image quality. Read full article

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Pentax K-30

The K-30 offers a 16.3 megapixel APS-C sized sensor, 1080p HD video, 3 inch LCD monitor and, in a nice touch, can make use of either the supplied lithium-ion rechargeable[...] Read full article

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Pentax K-5II

The Pentax K-5II is the current flagship of the Pentax DSLR lineup, superseding the K-5 which remains on Pentax’s website as of this writing (late February). But unlike the K-5,[...] Read full article

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Nikon D600

Nikon was the first out of the gate with a mid-priced full-frame camera – the 24 megapixel D600. Targeting advanced amateurs, enthusiasts and pros who want a smaller, lighter second[...] Read full article

Pentax Review

Pentax K-30 Review: Great Price, Great Features

The little brother to the K-5II exceeds entry level price expectations with quick AF, 16.3 MP APS-C sensor and very good image quality. Read full article

Pentax Review

Pentax K-5II Review: A Praiseworthy Challenger

The flagship K-5II has 16.3MP on an APS-C sensor. It is lightweight, has in-camera IS and has very good image quality. Read full article

Nikon Review

Nikon D600 Review: Full Frame, Full Features, Smaller Size

The D600 has 24 MP housed in a full frame sensor. Borrowing lots of features from its flagship brothers, the D600 is a great DSLR. Read full article

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SIGMA SD1 Merrill

The heart of the SD1 Merrill is its sensor, which uses Foveon technology. According to Sigma, a Foveon sensor provides a better image than the sensors in other digital cameras,[...] Read full article

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Nikon D800

Nikon shook up the DSLR world when they announced the full-frame, 36 megapixel D800. Standing alone in its class, the D800 is jammed packed with features. Currently, the only DSLRs[...] Read full article

Sigma Review

Sigma SD1 Merrill Review

The Sigma SD1 is well-built and has excellent image quality, but it's slow write times and AF issues leaves us wanting a bit more. Read full article