Snow is still on the ground here in the Northeast, but apparently it’s spring cleaning time at Canon. From entry-level to “tough” cameras to advanced point-and-shoots and even the great Rebel entry-level DSLR series, Canon is sweeping the table clean and upgrading many of their most popular cameras for 2014.
Nikon has announced the impending arrival of their next flagship DSLR: the D4S. Succeeding the current D4, this new FX-format professional-grade camera will feature "enhanced image quality with the adoption of a new image-processing engine" as well as "more advanced autofocusing performance."
Editor's Note: this post was written by Bjorn Petersen
In the following video, Larry Becker, from Kelby Media, reviews Nikon’s latest APS-C sized DSLR camera, the D5300. By adding a 24MP CMOS sensor and upgraded EXPEED 4 processing engine, the D5300 is capable of 5 fps continuous shooting and Full HD recording at 60 fps.
In the following video, Larry Becker, of Kelby Media, reviews the Nikon Df DSLR. He explores the camera’s fusion of high-performance digital capabilities, retro form factor, and control dials. The video also showcases the unique features of the Df and provides a few insights into how to get the most out of this wonderful new camera.
I shoot primarily with a D7000, which isn’t a huge camera, but the Nikon D5300 seems significantly smaller; it's a comfortable camera that felt great in my hands. When you’re accustomed to handling a camera body daily, size differences are readily apparent—in fact, the first thing you notice about the D5300 is its size. It’s smaller and lighter than its predecessor, the D5200.
Wow. Nikon has announced a new FX-format DSLR that is sure to catch your eye and might even have you do a double-take. The new Nikon Df DSLR Camera is a still-photo-dedicated camera with the styling and form factor of classic F-series film cameras that contains the sensor of their current flagship D4 DSLR. I say it again, wow.
Nikon has announced its latest DX-format mid-range DSLR camera and it features built-in Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity, thus ushering Nikon’s high-resolution DSLRs into a new world of direct instant upload, social network sharing and remote image viewing.
For those thinking about a DSLR upgrade, or a filmmaker ready to take the HD leap, Canon has announced the release of a new camera-and-lens kit featuring the esteemed EOS 5D Mark III DSLR camera. The 5D Mark III is paired here with the EF 24-70mm f/4L IS USM lens, creating a versatile system ideal for multiple photo and video applications.
The Pentax K-3 DSLR is getting a lot of praise for a camera that was only announced three weeks ago. Specifically, the first-of-its-kind selectable anti-aliasing simulator is garnering attention for an optional function that, prior to the K-3, required two separate cameras to achieve. But in my short time with this camera it became clear that it’s not just the anti-aliasing filter option that makes the K-3 a camera worth talking about.
Nikon has announced their latest FX-format DSLR: the D610 DSLR Camera. Using the D600 as its starting point, the D610 provides the stellar features of the D600 and brings with it a handful of upgrades that are certain to pique the interest of those looking for faster performance speeds as well as smoother, quieter operation.