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Nikon Df review
4 out of 5

Nikon Df review

By 1 January 2014

Looking back to move forward - that’s what the Nikon Df is all about. This retro style DSLR marries the classic Nikon SLR style of years gone by with much of the Japanese company’s modern tech. It’s the only Nikon DSLR capable of supporting current... >>

Only Canon, Nikon, and Sony can fend off smartphone camera takeover, says report

Only Canon, Nikon, and Sony can fend off smartphone camera takeover, says report

By 30 December 2013

The smartphone takeover is so crippling for camera manufacturers that only Nikon, Canon and Sony will survive, or at least that's what the latest report from Reuters seems to preach. Much like the smartphone industry, which iOS and Android dominate,... >>

Nikon camera users complain that firmware patch has rendered third-party batteries useless

Nikon camera users complain that firmware patch has rendered third-party batteries useless

By 9 December 2013

Reports are coming from some Nikon camera owners that after installing a firmware update designed to improve the features for a specific battery pack - the EN-EL14a - their cameras no longer accepted third-party versions of the battery. The firmware update... >>

Best digital system camera 2013: 10th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

Best digital system camera 2013: 10th Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

By 19 November 2013

It has been a great year for cameras and the first year we've split the camera category into two - dedicated compacts and, as you're seeing here, system cameras. That includes more traditional DSLR cameras and mirrorless compacy system cameras. Both sides... >>

Nikon Df official: The retro-style DSLR like a D4 from the past, complete with non-AI lens compatibility

Nikon Df official: The retro-style DSLR like a D4 from the past, complete with non-AI lens compatibility

By 5 November 2013

It's official - Nikon's "Pure Photography" camera, the Nikon Df, has been unveiled. But it's not what we had initially expected - this is a full-frame DSLR camera through and through, not the rumoured full-frame mirrorless camera that had been doing the... >>

Hands-on: Nikon Df review

Hands-on: Nikon Df review

By 5 November 2013

We knew Nikon had something up its sleeve. Throughout October there had been glimpses in teaser videos showing a Nikon product described as being all about "Pure Photography". The result is the Nikon Df, a full-frame, retro-styled DSLR camera. That’s... >>

Nikon teaser video adds further weight to full-frame FM2-style CSC rumours

Nikon teaser video adds further weight to full-frame FM2-style CSC rumours

By 27 October 2013

Nikon has recently been linked with a new full-frame compact system camera that will compete with the Sony Alpha A7. Rumours from Nikon specialist sites suggest that the "hybrid" camera will come in a body not too dissimilar to the original FM2 35mm snapper... >>

A week in reviews: 21 - 25 October

A week in reviews: 21 - 25 October

By 26 October 2013

This week it's all about computing. Well, largely about computing. We've been treated to the second generation of Microsoft laptop-meets-tablet devices in the shape of the Surface Pro 2 and Surface 2, the latter a head-to-head dead ringer against the... >>

Nikon Coolpix L620 review
3.5 out of 5

Nikon Coolpix L620 review

By 25 October 2013

Too much control isn't always a good thing. Sometimes you want a camera that enables you to just pick it up and start shooting, and that's exactly what the Nikon Coolpix L620, with 14x optical zoom, is aimed. You just have to trust it and enjoy the ride.... >>

Nikon FM2-style full-frame compact system camera rumoured, to take on the Sony Alpha A7

Nikon FM2-style full-frame compact system camera rumoured, to take on the Sony Alpha A7

By 21 October 2013

With Sony launching a full-frame compact system camera in the shape of the Sony Alpha A7 last week, eyes have been on the company's main rivals to see if they might follow suit. And Nikon seems to be the first to be about to show its hand in the arena.... >>