Nikon launches a new flagship D4 DSLR leading in to CES/PMA 2012. Built around a newly designed 16 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor, the D4 offers speed, extreme low light capabilities and notable enhancements to video modes.
Succeeding both the 1D Mark IV and 1Ds Mark III, the EOS 1D X aims to please studio photographers who need lots of resolution and sports photogs who prize speed. DCR sat down with Canon's Chuck Westfall at PhotoPlus Expo to get inside information on the 1D X.
Canon merges the EOS 1Ds and 1D DSLR lines into the EOS 1D X. Replacing the 1Ds Mark III and 1D Mark IV with an 18 megapixel full frame sensor, the 1D X aims to please a broad range of pro photographers with 12 fps burst shooting and dual DIGIC 5+ processors.
As an entry-level DSLR, the Canon EOS Rebel T3 features "only" a 12.2 megapixel sensor, "only" 3 fps burst shooting and "only" 720p HD video. We've just started testing the T3 - take a look at some first images as we work on a full review.
Nikon introduces the D5100, successor to the D5000. It boosts sensor and video resolution, adding creative filters to movie mode and a higher-res flip-out LCD. Read on for more of the raw specs.
Canon crowned the T3i as the latest Rebel flagship DSLR when it launched in early February. We've had a review sample in our hands for a few days and our first impressions are in.
Canon launches two new Rebel DSLRs today. The T3i, equipped with a 60D-style swiveling LCD, moves to the top of the current lineup, and the T3 replaces the Rebel XSi.
The highly popular D3000 is replaced by the 14.2 megapixel Nikon D3100. We're taking a first look at the camera's performance and still image quality with the full review underway. Read on for our first impressions.
Nikon scaled up sensor resolution for its new D7000 DSLR. The 16.2 megapixel DX-format prosumer model also incorporates a new 2016 pixel 3D metering system. Does the D7000 match those big numbers with big performance? Take a look at our first impressions.
Our bold, red Pentax K-r review unit rolled into the office a few days ago and we've got some first impressions and sample images. Is this scrappy, entry-level DSLR ready to tackle the industry heavyweights? Keep reading.
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 you get overwhelmed, take a look at our guide to essential upgrades for the beginner.
A new firmware has been made available for the Pentax K-5 DSLR, boasting improvements to burst mode shooting.
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