Nikon has been ranked 20th on a new list of ‘cool brands’ in the UK, according to a new survey.
The Nikon 18-200mm VR has long been renowned as the best superzoom lens on the market. For a while though, it hasn’t led the field for outright zoom range, losing out to the Sigma 18-250mm and Tamron 18-270mm, both of which have recently had radical redesigns. Nikon has now come up trumps with its new 18-300mm VR, which boasts the biggest zoom range of any SLR lens on the planet.
So you think you know how to use your Nikon D3000? Like many of us, you may have a DSLR or compact system camera but tend to use only a handful of your its features. Use these camera tips to learn how to get more from your Nikon D3000 so you can start using your DSLR to its full potential.
DxO Labs has rated the Nikon D600 sensor the third best of all time in their lab tests with the new Nikon camera, falling behind only its siblings the Nikon D800 and D800E.
In addition to bringing out the highly touted D4 and D800 this year, Nikon recently announced what was then the world’s first ‘entry-level’ full-frame DSLRs, the Nikon D600. But as we get to grips with what this new Nikon camera offers, it’s also worth comparing it to older Nikon cameras, which will likely see a drop in street price. In this post we’ll compare the Nikon D600 vs D700 to see if the latter, a classic Nikon DSLR, can still hold its own when compared to the newer D600.
If you’re thinking about investing in your first Nikon FX-format DSLR and you’re faced with a D600 vs D800 dilemma, then these are the key differences you need to know about.
So you think you know how to use your Nikon D80? Like many of us, you may have a DSLR or compact system camera but tend to use only a handful of your its features.
In our ongoing review of some of the more popular current and ‘out of date’ Nikon cameras, we want to help you better harness the creative potential of your camera.
Learn more about the specs and key features of the Nikon’s new entry-level full-frame camera in our hands-on video review.
Following the announcement of the Nikon D600, can we expect Canon to follow suit with an affordable full-frame EOS DSLR? Our friends at PhotoPlus posed the question and laid out what they’d like to see on a potential ‘Canon EOS 6D’ affordable full-frame EOS camera.
The long-rumoured Nikon D600 becomes a reality today, as Nikon has officially announced the market’s first ‘affordable’ full-frame DSLR camera.
The Nikon D600 – release date scheduled for just a week’s time, on September 18, 2012 – boasts a new 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor and is Nikon’s smallest and lightest FX-format camera on the market, weighing approximately 760g and measuring 141 x 113 x 82mm.