A bigger buffer, new AF, and a tiny bit more resolution The Nikon D7100 was a pretty excellent mid-level DSLR and now Nikon has refreshed much of the spec list for the new D7200. The megapixel count comes in at 24.2, which is a very slight uptick from the D7100 that came before it. Show More Summary
A camera without a way to connect to a smartphone or tablet might as well be a rock, right? Nikon's new D7200 is the successor to the D7100 and is the company's first DSLR to have both built-in Wi-Fi and NFC. See also: Nikon D810A is...Show More Summary
Following hot on the heels of the D5500, Nikon has revealed yet another DSLR upgrade, this time in the form of a higher-end APS-C DSLR. The D7200 is an evolutionary rather than revolutionary upgrade to the D7100, but the 24-megapixel...Show More Summary
An upgrade from the popular D7100, the D7200 adds a faster processor and a larger buffer for burst shooting.
Nikon's D7200 has some big shoes to fill. The D7100 was one of our favorite midrange DSLRs of the past few years, and though it's by no means a radical upgrade, the D7200 presents some notable new features. It has a 24.2MP CMOS sensor...Show More Summary
Over the past few weeks, Nikon has introduced two DSLRs: the D5500 and D810A. And it doesn't look like the company plans to slow down its rollout of new cameras. Now, Nikon is introducing the D7200, a successor to the relatively popular D7100, which...
The mirrorless mindset has come home to me as a 2 part phenomenon: A. Less weight in the bag B. Using more primes It’s true. When I shoot an event, the Nikon Full Frame DSLR’s still come out and the trinity of lenses (14-24, 24-70,70-200) are at the ready. They travel protected in a ThinkTank […]
If you have an old DSLR camera lying around, you could be putting it to work as a camera trap for photographing wildlife. What is a camera trap? A camera trap is simply a camera that fires automatically when an animal is detected. All...Show More Summary
[A guest review from Ashley Taylor, photographer] What is a photographer’s most important accessory? If you’re thinking, “well, a camera, obviously”, then you’re absolutely right. That’s why camera cases are a close second after the camera. Show More Summary
You’ve got your DSLR and you are excited to test it out. You might have gone out for the first few days or perhaps weeks and then all of a sudden the excitement wears out. Why? Because you don’t seem to get what you want out of yourShow More Summary
Not everyone has the cash to spend on a 50 megapixel camera, even if such a device now exists at the consumer level. That said, it is possible to dramatically increase the amount of detail in the pictures you take with your 10-20 megapixel shooter, if you’re willing to spend some time in Photoshop. More »
If you've been telling yourself that Sony's $1200 Walkman is actually a highly-polished, premium product—say, the audio equivalent of a professional DSLR camera—know that it is also making a $155 SD card to use with it for "premium sound." Consider yourself informed what sort of person Sony thinks you are, if you are thinking of buying that Walkman. Show More Summary
It’s when the camera companies began putting a “record” button on DSLRs, that things got really interesting for Rob Whitworth. Is he a photographer or a filmmaker? The ambiguity of work description does not matter for anyone who has taken … Read more ›
One of the great advantages of smartphone technology is the way that it makes photography more convenient. I’m not just talking about using the camera that came with your phone. There are now smartphone apps coming out that allow you to connect with, and even control, your DSLR camera. Show More Summary
One of the best features of mirrorless cameras is the ability to use DSLR lenses. But when using DSLR lenses you immediately fall into one of the flaws of the DSLR lens system: filter design. The mix of filter thread sizes, ‘regular’, thin and extra thin filters and lenshood interaction makes you with there was a [...]Show More Summary
I have met a lot of people who, upon getting their first DSLR, immediately want to start taking pics of their kids, their friends, some high school seniors, or maybe even a wedding. They want to dive headfirst into the deep end of the...Show More Summary
We're at CP+ in Yokohama Japan, where Ricoh is showing off two new Pentax lenses designed for full-frame imaging. Although the company's upcoming full-frame DSLR is still in the mockup stage, the D FA 70-200mm F2.8ED DC AW and D FA 150-450mm F4.5-5.6 ED DC AW are very real indeed. Show More Summary
By far the biggest lines at this year's CP+ show in Yokohama are at the Canon booth, and they're made up almost entirely of people eager to see just two cameras - the new EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R. Canon's highest resolution DSLRs by far, both cameras offer an incredible 50MP pixel count, and almost identical ergonomics to the EOS 5D III. Click through for some hands-on pictures
This is no DSLR. It's not even a bridge camera. This is actually Olympus' recently announced Air lens camera, tricked out to a (some would say excessive) degree. While the accessories on show here were only for internal testing, we admit we'd like to...
There are some great bargains to be had this weekend at Dick Smith – save big on the Nikon D3200 DSLR (now only $688), pick up a Telstra 3G 2-in-1 USB and Wi-Fi dongle for internet and storage on the go or save 15% off the entire range of fitness products. Scroll down to see our picks. More »