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Nikon D3200 review
4 out of 5

Nikon D3200 review

By 11 May 2012

The Nikon D3200 set tongues wagging when announced last month. Its headline-grabbing 24-megapixel sensor promised to be unlike anything the entry-level DSLR market had seen before. But in a world where the megapixel isn’t always king, can the D3200... >>

Nikon D3200: The first sample images

Nikon D3200: The first sample images

By 8 May 2012

The Nikon D3200, with its huge 24-megapixel resolution CMOS sensor, was announced to the world in the middle of April.  It's turned a lot of heads and raised just as many questions: what is the image quality like; and is it a true entry-level DSLR? Pocket-lint... >>

Nikon D4 review
5 out of 5

Nikon D4 review

By 2 May 2012

Every so often a top-of -the-range DSLR rears its head with the promise of the ultimate in design, performance and image quality. The Nikon D4 – the DSLR that sits atop the company’s DSLR hierarchy – is one such camera. Some four years back the... >>

WU-1a: Nikon DSLR remote control via Android, iPhone coming

WU-1a: Nikon DSLR remote control via Android, iPhone coming

By 19 April 2012

The launch of the new Nikon D3200 brings with it the chance to control your new DSLR camera using your Android smartphone. To do so you'll have to opt for the WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter, a £59.99 accessory that will connect to the port on the side... >>

Nikon D3200 pictures and hands-on

Nikon D3200 pictures and hands-on

By 19 April 2012

Joining Nikon's line-up of entry-level cameras is the Nikon D3200. The newcomer to the pack adds to the choices, rather than replacing an existing model.  However, there are a number of key differences that the Nikon D3200 brings, both internally and... >>

Nikon D3200 guides you through the 24-megapixel DSLR jungle

Nikon D3200 guides you through the 24-megapixel DSLR jungle

By 19 April 2012

Nikon has announced the latest addition to its entry-level DSLR camera line-up, the Nikon D3200. Rather than replacing the existing D3100 model, which will still be available, it differs fairly considerably in terms of specification and design.  Headlining... >>

Canon EOS-1D C: 4K video capture cinema wooing camera debuts

Canon EOS-1D C: 4K video capture cinema wooing camera debuts

By 12 April 2012

Canon announced the EOS-1D C - a digital SLR camera targeting the motion picture, television and high-resolution production industries - at the NAB conference on Thursday.  The new camera, the C stands for Cinema if you hadn't guessed, will take on compeitors... >>

Canon EOS 60Da: For the Brian Cox in all of us

Canon EOS 60Da: For the Brian Cox in all of us

By 3 April 2012

Canon has unveiled a new version of its EOS 60D DSLR camera designed specifically for astrophotographers. The Canon EOS 60Da replaces the 20Da in the company's line-up and has a modified low pass filter that makes the camera more sensitive to hydrogen-alpha... >>

Nikon D800 review
5 out of 5

Nikon D800 review

By 2 April 2012

Several years ago, Nikon announced the D90 - the first digital SLR that could record video. Clips were short, at under five minutes, and restricted to 720p, but it was the start of a revolution. And we’re not exaggerating, because SLR-based video has... >>

iPhone PRO would house 3D camera and detachable DSLR lens

iPhone PRO would house 3D camera and detachable DSLR lens

By 2 April 2012

Could the next iPhone feature a 3D camera and a detachable DSLR lens? The iPhone PRO is the brainchild of designer Jinyoung Choi and is very much caters to the photography enthusiast. With a 4.5-inch LCD screen, the iPhone PRO would be considerably bigger... >>