Nikon has released an upgrade to its high-end enthusiast DSLR in the shape of the D7200. In this Nikon D7200 vs D7100 comparison we’ll examine whether enough has changed to warrant an upgrade.
Nikon cameras are trusted around the world (and in space) for their reliability, performance and picture quality. But which Nikon camera is right for you?
The Nikon D7100 brings amazing specifications, so where does that leave the Nikon D300s? Find out with our Nikon D7100 vs D300s comparison.
What are Nikon’s matrix, centre-weighted and spot metering modes (and when should you use them)? In this quick tutorial written by our friends at the Nikon magazine N-Photo you’ll find out everything you need to know about Nikon metering patterns.
Nikon DSLRs can create more than one type of NEF file. In this quick tutorial our friends at the Nikon magazine N-Photo explain the effect bit depth and compression have on your Nikon raw files.
Whether built-in or with an accessory, GPS equipped cameras can help you pinpoint where your photos are taken. In this tutorial we explain how to use this functionality.
Nikon DSLRs come with a variety of connectors for a diverse range of Nikon accessories. In this complete guide to your camera’s sockets and connectors we’ll show you how and where to connect your Nikon accessories to your DSLR. And even if you’re loyal to another brand, we’re certain you’ll find this tutorial and cheat sheet useful!
Your camera’s ‘firmware’ is the equivalent of the operating system on your computer. It controls the camera’s functions and its behaviour, and from time to time Nikon will release a firmware update to fix any issues or improve performance in certain areas.
Our table shows Nikon’s most recent list of firmware updates. Does your Nikon DSLR need updating?
The new D7100 made choosing your new Nikon D-SLR even harder, but our definitive Nikon D7100 vs D5200 comparison will help you decide!
Ever wondered why you’re getting strange focus errors in your Nikon DSLR with no obvious cause? Rod Lawton reveals why – and tells you what you can do to fix your autofocus. All you need is a ruler and a book or another flat object.