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The Coolpix A is Nikon's answer to the Fujifilm X100S and Sony RX1. With its fixed 28mm equivalent f/2.8 lens and 16MP APS-C sensor, does the A have what it takes to win over the niche but demanding enthusiast? Get a first look at this new product to see for yourself.
Nikon announces its newest high-performance DX-format DSLR camera, the D7100. We managed to get a quick hands-on, so here's our preliminary views of the camera.
The Nikon D5200 comes with some impressive specs for an entry-level camera - a 24MP sensor with the AF system from the D7000, and an Expeed 3 image engine based on the flagship D4. Here's why it's a good choice for anyone looking for their first DSLR camera.
Coming one year after the Nikon 1 V1, the V2 is Nikon's answer to all the photographers who griped about the V1's handling. Do the new improvements make the V2 an attractive new camera to get for the holidays? Read on to find out.
The Nikon D600 is an exciting camera for one big reason: its price. While S$3,249 isn't something to be sneezed at, it's the most affordable full-frame camera from Nikon yet. Find out why this might very well be the most important camera of the year.
Made for the enthusiast photographer, the 10-megapixel P7100 features a large 1/1.7-inch CCD image sensor along with a 7.1x optical zoom lens. Read on to find out how it fared in our tests.
Nikon has just announced the D600, a 24.3-megapixel full-frame DSLR. At S$3,249, it's one of the more affordable full-frame DSLRs out there. Here's a summary of its features, and how it stacks up against the competition. And we've some hands-on photos to boot!
Nikon introduces six new cameras, one of which runs Android and the other is delightfully small. Check out how the Android-powered Coolpix S800C performs and just how tiny the S01 is.
The successor to last year's D3100, the D3200 sports some serious specifications for an entry-level DSLR, such as a 24-megapixel CMOS sensor. It also offers full HD movie recording, a 4fps burst mode, and an 11-point AF system. So, how does this 'traditional' DSLR fare in our tests? Come on in to find out.
With a 41-megapixel sensor, what sort of image quality can be expected from the Nokia 808 PureView in real-world usage? We hit the streets with the 41MP cameraphone and brought along a Nikon D800 for the ride as well to find out.