Officially announced last month, the Nikon D4s is the company's flagship DSLR with serious professional credentials. Although improvements over the D4 might seem relatively subtle, they have been driven by professional feedback from working photographers all over the world. That's why we were so excited to receive a big brown box from Nikon this morning! See the unboxing
Smartphone cameras have gotten much better over the years. Though they still don't measure up to their DSLR cousins, you can get some pretty good shots with them. We've talked before about how to take better pictures with your smartphone. Now we'd like to see your best smartphone photo. Read more...
For first time DSLR owners, the experience can be overwhelming especially since unlike compact cameras and point and shoots, it’s more than just press the shutter release button. There are more subtleties involved in DSLRs and the aspects of photography that regular folks just aren’t aware of. Show More Summary
The new iPhone camera is 8-megapixels. Meanwhile, Canon is reportedly testing a new DSLR with 75-megapixels. But how many megapixels is the human eye? That is, how many megapixels would an image the size of your field of vision need to be to look normal? Read more...
You probably don't need us to tell you that a proper DSLR camera is better than the camera on your smartphone. But if you're curious how much better it is, the folks at Bammo have a (slightly NSFW) video that explains everything you need to know. Read more...
Interchangeable-lens mirrorless cameras offer the flexibility of DSLRs and close to the same quality, in a smaller, lighter package.
The Nikon D3300 continues on the path of its entry-level DSLR predecessors, with plenty of built-in shooting and retouch modes, a small footprint, and beginner-friendly user interface. It has a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, as well as an Expeed 4 image processor. Show More Summary
A couple of years ago, I decided it was time to face my fears head-on. Since the day I had unboxed my first DSLR I’d fallen victim to all of the various doomsday warnings about the horrors that could befall me if something went wrong while cleaning my sensor. Show More Summary
In Week 9 I took 53 combined photos (iPhone shots + DSLR shots). Many of them were multiple shots of the same thing/scene. It took me about three minutes to say: one page for Project Life. As soon as I...
If you haven’t heard by now, this month might be a good time to grab a new lens for your gear. Two giants in DSLR manufacturing have rebates in place for select lenses until the end of this month. Canon is offering mail-in rebates for twenty of their L-lenses; the exact rebate is $200 [...]Show More Summary
The Nikon D4S will soon be making its way into the hands of professional photographers who have decided to upgrade to the flagship US$6,500 DSLR on the promise of improved speed and low-light performance over its predecessor, the D4....Show More Summary
Nikon has managed to stand out in the digital world by coming out with cameras that could be seen as spectacular. Nikon has always managed to do well with the digital cameras and it was all due to the fact that they were big on making a great product. Show More Summary
The camera strap hanging around your neck is only as good as how securely it is joined at the two ends of the camera. And to ensure it doesn't come off and give you a heart-attack while you watch your DSLR freefall and shatter, Wired has put together a little guide on the right technique to attach your straps. Read more...
The newly-announced Nikon D4S is a successor to the venerable D4, and comes with a host of improvements, including better autofocus capabilities, enhanced low-light shooting, and speedier data handling.
Nikon has just announced an upgrade to its top-range D4 DSLR camera with the new D4S. The most noteworthy addition is the ability to shoot up to ISO 409,600 over the older model’s 204,800 capabilities, which translates to roughly a … Nikon Announces D4S DSLR with ISO 409,600 is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Nikon has issued a worldwide technical service bulletin regarding 'dust' issues on its D600 DSLRs. Nikon says that it has evaluated user reports and has 'determined' that spots on the sensor are caused by dust particles which are visible in images taken in certain situations. Show More Summary
When Nikon teased the development of its new flagship professional DSLR in January, it was somewhat coy about divulging any exact specifications. But now that the Nikon D4S has been officially revealed, we know it boasts a newly developed...Show More Summary
Nikon's new flagship DSLR offers extreme light sensitivity by supporting up to ISO 409,600 and will be available in March for $6,499.
First previewed at CES, Nikon has finally taken the wraps off its new flagship DSLR. The D4S is an upgrade in almost every way from the D4, but also comes with a higher price tag.
At the professional level, the ultra-powerful DSLR is still mighty important, and with that in mind, Nikon is upgrading its beastly D4, with the D4s, a faster flagship shooter that's better than low-light than its older namesake. There's a lot to love about this camera. Here are the highlights. Read more...