Hands-on with the Nikon Df, Nikon’s Retro-Inspired Full-frame DSLR

Hands-on with the Nikon Df, Nikon’s Retro-Inspired Full-frame DSLR

Nikon has just announced the Df camera, short for Digital Fusion, a retro-inspired DSLR camera with a 16MP full-frame sensor inside and full compatibility with Nikon’s range of lenses, including classic non-AI lenses. We get hands-on with the new camera and give you our first impressions.
Why You Don't Need a DSLR Camera

Why You Don't Need a DSLR Camera

Lots of people think that to upgrade from a compact camera and get better looking pictures you need to move up to a DSLR. But a DSLR might not be for you. That’s because every camera comes with pros and cons. And understanding what you need versus what you’re willing to suffer will help you make a better choice.
Nikon D5100 review

Nikon D5100 - The Sequel is Better

The 16.2-megapixel Nikon D5100 promises D7000-like performance but in a smaller body and more affordable price. Does it deliver? See how it compares against its bigger sibling in this review.
Nikon D3100 review

The Nikon D3100 - A Small Camera with a Giant Punch

Ever since the D40's debut in 2006, Nikon has been steadily releasing a cadre of entry-level basic DSLR cameras with attractively low prices. After the impressive D40 and D40x came the D3000, which introduced Guide mode for beginning DSLR users, but which also introduced high image noise. Can the D3100 do better than its predecessor?
Canon EOS 60D review

Canon EOS 60D - A New Kind of Rebel

The double-digit-D series has traditionally been Canon's semi-pro DSLR range. That position came into question with the launch of the 7D; a new category in-between the 50D and the 5D Mark II. This probably explains the consumer-centric changes to the 60D as it succeeds the 50D, and begs the question whether it's a worthwhile upgrade. Read on for the answers.
Are HD Video-Capable DSLRs Taking on the Film Industry?

Are HD Video-Capable DSLRs Taking on the Film Industry?

As 1080p and 720p HD video recording begins to feature prominently among DSLRs and hybrid cameras today, luminaries in the film-making industry are starting to wonder if there might come a time when shooting a full-length motion picture is possible with just a digital camera, talent and a vision.