The Canon EOS 5DS – price tag £2999.99/€3999.99 body only – and EOS 5DS R – £3199.99/€4249.99 body only – have been officially announced after weeks of rumours and speculation.
Pentax has announced it is working on a new K-mount DSLR camera featuring a 35mm full-frame sensor.
Nikon D750 review: is Nikon’s new full-frame DSLR the perfect camera for enthusiasts? Find out in our Nikon D750 review video.
All lenses create a circular image, and your camera’s sensor simply records a rectangular portion of this. A full-frame compatible lens creates an image circle the covers the full-frame sensor, and provides a cropped image with a smaller ‘crop-factor’ sensor. In this quick guide we offer four must-know tips for getting to grips with full-frame lenses for the first time.
Discover which Nikon lenses work with which sensor formats in our DX format vs FX format comparison.
Which full-frame DSLR from Canon is the best choice for your needs? In their latest guest post the photo management and Canon Project1709 experts at Photoventure weigh the pros and cons of each in their Canon EOS 5D Mark III vs 6D comparison.
The new FX-format Nikon Df has been unveiled, boasting a retro rangefinder body design and a full-frame Nikon D4 sensor. The Nikon Df price tag will be £2749.99 / €3350 (for the 50mm f/1.8 kit) with a release date set for 28 November.
Looking for a new full-frame camera? The new Sony A7R and Nikon D800 share what is widely believed to be the same 36.3-megapixel sensor, and, in fact, Marcus Hawkins finds their spec sheets match up on a number of levels in his Sony A7R vs Nikon D800 comparison.
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.
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.