Nikon has unveiled its latest enthusiast-level DSLR, the Nikon D5300. Boasting a 24.2-megapixel sensor with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, the Nikon D5300 price tag will be £729.99 for the body only, with a release date slated for 14 November 2013.
The Nikon D610 is, or will be, Nikon’s cheapest full-frame DSLR. It’s aimed at enthusiasts ready to take their first step into the larger format, though it boasts performance and features which could attract many professionals too. But it arrives just a year after the launch of the D600, and brings only a handful of minor improvements. In this Nikon D610 vs D600 comparison we examine what’s improved, what has changed and what remains the same in Nikon’s new full-frame DSLR.
Winners of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 competition have been announced, with South African photographer Greg du Toit claiming the overall title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
The new GoPro Hero3+ Black Editon has six updates which build on the reputation of the previous model and address both requests from users and the evolution of the camera. Click to see our interview with some of the team behind the new GoPro camera, as well as a first look at what it offers, from our friends at BikeRadar.
Is this the time to go full-frame, or is Nikon’s DX format good enough? Our Nikon D610 vs D7100 comparison will help you decide.
Following weeks of speculation, Nikon has officially revealed a Nikon D610 price tag and spec sheet. A successor to the popular ‘entry-level full frame’ Nikon D600, the Nikon D610 release date is set for 18 October 2013.
If you’ve found yourself grinding your teeth listening to photography snobs droning on at length, then this article is for you. We’ve put together 10 ways to drive them crazy.
Photography has a language all of its own; a rich mix of camera jargon, lens acronyms and technical buzzwords that can be an utterly baffling sea of noise to beginners. But, with the internet and all, it doesn’t take long to know your f-stops from your fill-flash, and be able to separate HDR, DOF and TTL.
In this post we translate some of the common things photographers say and explain just what those photographers are trying to say. Just remember that our tongues were firmly in our cheeks when we put this together…
Both Nikon cameras are built for professionals, but the cheaper D800 has more megapixels. Find out what’s going on in our Nikon D4 vs D800 comparison.
To celebrate their first anniversary, our friends at Photography Week share the most popular images from their Xposure gallery over the course of the iPad magazine’s first year, with testimonials from the photographers on how the pictures came to be.