The spring cashback season is in full swing, with Nikon announcing that six of its cameras purchased in the UK or Ireland are eligible for money back claims between today (14 March) and 31 May 2013. Wanting a D3100, D3200, D5100, D5200, D7000, or D600? Now is your time to pounce. The D3100 has £30 [...]
Nikon has posted firmware updates for a number of its DSLRs. Updates for the D600, D800, D4, D3s, D3x, D3, D7000 and D3200 include support for the AF-S Nikkor 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR lens. The D600 and D800 see an improvement to the subject tracking performance in continuous autofocus mode when shooting using the optical viewfinder. Show More Summary
Nikon and Canon UK have announced Spring 2013 rebates with savings ranging from £30-£235. The Nikon offer applies to D3100, D3200, D5100, D5200, D700 and D600 digital SLRs. The rebates are available on purchases made between March 14th- May 31st 2013. Show More Summary
Nikon will follow inexpensive SLR D3200 and D5200 devices produced a model which will start a new line of low cost cameras. Nikon D7100 camera is a successor to the D7000, which is different from the 24.1-megapixel matrix format DC CMOS processor and EXPEED 3, similar to that used in Nokia D5200. Show More Summary
You talkin' to me? Ric Berryman shot this photo of a peacock with attitude at the Los Angeles County Arboretum in Arcadia on Dec. 14. He used a Nikon D3200 with a with a Nikon 70-300mm lens. ALSO: Quiz: Test...
Finally being released in the states, Nikon announced the D5200, with 24.1 mp, DX sensor, and an articulated screen. After months being out in Europe, not sure why the delay to the US, but….. This is a small step up from the D3200, but at a price point of $900. msrp, the extras are well [...]
Nikon has some cool features in its WU-1A wifi dongle for the D3200. This sweet $60 dongle adds wifi capabilities to the D3200, adding a nice range of features like the ability to watch the Liveview display on a smart phone, or takeShow More Summary
The Nikon WU-1a and WU-1b are dongles for D3200 and D600 cameras respectively and allow a smartphone app to see the current viewfinder image, snap photos, and share them wirelessly. If you have a different Nikon DSLR you'll need the WT-4 Wireless Transmitter ($1000) or a WT-5A Wireless Transmitter ($877) for the same functionality. More »
Here’s a pretty tricky piece of consumer electronics reverse engineering. [Joe Fitz] came across the Nikon WU-1a. It’s a dongle that plugs into a Nikon D3200 camera, producing a WiFi connection which can be picked up and controlled from a smart phone. The app shows you the current image from the viewfinder, allows you to [...]
Nikon has announced the D5200 - an upper entry-level DSLR that improves on the D5100 by offering a 24MP CMOS sensor (probably the same one we've seen in the D3200), 1080p/60i movie capability, a side-articulated 921K dot 3.0" tilt/swivel LCD and new processing filters. Show More Summary
Happy Halloween: It's a safe bet the zombie costumes will be out in full force tonight. Flickr user Chigrboy2012 took this photo of a zombie Sept. 22 using a Nikon D3200. ALSO: Submit your photos Southern California Moments best of....
Sunset: A couple enjoys the sunset on Sept. 30 in Los Feliz in this photo taken by Flickr user Chigrboy2012 with a Nikon D3200. ALSO: Submit your photos Southern California Moments best of September -- Samantha Schaefer twitter.com/Sam_Schaefer Every day,...
We've just posted our in-depth, 20-page review of the Nikon D3200 entry-level DSLR. The D3200 builds on the the company's line of simple, accessible beginners' DSLRs by adding a higher-resolution screen, boosting its continuous shooting rate and adding details such as a microphone jack and infrared remote sockets. Show More Summary
We've just updated our in-depth review of the Nikon D3200 entry-level DSLR to include a page of information about Nikon's WU-1a Wi-Fi adapter. The WU-1a arrived in office as we were preparing the review for publication so we've spent the past 48 hours using it, before adding it to the review. Show More Summary
Cameras which make it easy to share photos via WiFi are nothing new. Kodak started the ball rolling back in 2005, and most recently we've seen the NX Series from Samsung and the Nikon D3200 consumer DSLR get in on the action. Fujifilm,...Show More Summary
In the world of DSLR shooting, you can certainly catch one's attention by mentioning one of two things: a wireless display, or a remote trigger setup. Neither of these are exactly fresh concepts, but Nikon has chosen a curious beast to highlight one of its most promising accessories to date. Show More Summary
It's hard to name a good reason to buy a budget DSLR now. You can get virtually all of the same features—lenses, image quality, manual controls—from a smaller, more portable mirrorless camera. So how does the Nikon D3200 fit into today's camera market? More »
With DSLRs like the Canon EOS 550D and Nikon D3200 becoming increasing accessible, and smartphone cameras increasing in quality, fixed-lens point-and-shoot cameras have become something of a forgotten breed. But with the introduction...Show More Summary
With DSLRs like the Canon T2I and Nikon D3200 becoming increasing accessible, and smartphone cameras becoming increasingly quality, fixed-lens point-and-shoot cameras have become something a forgotten breed. But with the introduction...Show More Summary
Apple has released Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.13, which adds RAW image compatibility support for six new cameras to iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3. The newly supported cameras are: Canon EOS-1D X Nikon D800E Nikon D3200 Olympus...Show More Summary