Nikon has announced the 24.3MP, full-frame Nikon D750 – price tag £1799.99 / €2,149 body only, with a release date set for 23 September 2014 – with built-in WiFi and Nikon’s first FX-format camera with a vari-angle tilting LCD screen.
Are you pretty savvy when it comes to knowing your way around your Nikon? You may know your FX from your DX, but how well do you know some of the more intimate details of shooting with Nikon DSLRs? Our latest quiz is for true Nikon aficionados… are you one?
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Nikon D810 review: this Nikon D800 replacement offers a new sensor and Nikon claims it boasts the best image quality in the company’s history. We put it to the test.
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.
Welcome to the latest instalment of our new weekly news section, with the stories that matter to serious photographers.
In her Nikon D810 hands-on review our head of testing explores some of the new features on this Nikon D800 replacement.
Nikon has officially unveiled the 36.3-megapixel Nikon D810 – price tag £2699.99 (€3299) body only – which Nikon says offers “the highest image quality in Nikon’s history.” The release date for this Nikon D800 replacement will be 17 July 2014. Chief among the Nikon D810’s key features is a newly developed 36.3-megapixel FX CMOS sensor,… Continue reading
There is no shortage of Nikon-specific tips and tricks out there, but one of the most useful tools you’ll find on your Nikon DSLR is its Active D-Lighting feature.
Our sister publication, the Nikon magazine N-Photo, recently put together this simple guide on how to use Active D-Lighting to capture more detail in the shadows and highlights of your scenes.