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Nikon's D4S: A Pro DSLR in a Familiar, Jumbo Package

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 >>

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As Nikon's Entry-Level DSLR Gets a Bump, Its 18-55mm Kit Lens Shrinks

Nikon just gave its entry-level DSLR a pretty obvious spec bump, but along with the new camera, Nikon's introducing a new version of the standard kit lens that ships with the product and will probably be used by many beginners on this and other cheaper Nikon DSLRs. Read More >>

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Canon 70D Review: DSLR Video Nirvana Comes More Into Focus

Canon has spent years making incremental improvements to its DSLR line's video features, yet it's been ages since we've seen a major step forward in functionality. While the 60D added some nice touches, its successor, the EOS 70D, makes one very specific leap towards excellence. Read More >>

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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Hands-On: So Hot, You Won't Believe It's Mirrorless

The new mirrorless OM-D EM-1 is so much camera you won't believe its mirroress. Or how small it is. In fact, it's the successor to the 2010 E-5, the last Olympus camera that actually had a mirror box inside. I just shot with amongst the first production samples in the world at a launch event in New York, and I can safely say that almost no one needs a DSLR anymore. This camera is a serious business photography machine. Read More >>

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Sony A3000: The Cheapest Beginner DSLR Ever (Well, Sorta-DSLR)

Sony's A3000 DLSR is cheap. Super cheap. It costs £370 paired with a 18-55mm kit lens. These days, that's more or less the price of an advanced point-and-shoot camera from Canon, and it's considerably cheaper than Sony's badass RX100 II point-and-shoot. So what gives? Oh and there's a refresh of Sony's mid-range NEX-5 series too. Read More >>

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Sony A99 Review: At Long Last a Real Flagship DSLR From Sony

Sony cameras have come a long way over the last few years — to the point that they're competitive with the twin monoliths of Canon and Nikon. The company has accomplished this feat by making gear that's different from other stuff out there. Until now, that success has been limited to point-and-shoots like the RX100 and the fabulous NEX cameras. Here's a big, pricey professional flagship to match Sony's successes at lower price points. Read More >>

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Watch the Wonderful Mechanics of a DSLR Shutter in Super Slow Motion

There are incredible feats of engineering going completely unnoticed all around us. The way a high speed camera shutter works is one of them. Read More >>

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Sony SLT-A58: A Beginner DSLR for a Beginner Budget

The Sony SLT-A58 is a refresh of last year's pretty darn good A-57 DSLR. It comes with a new 20-megapixel image sensor, and importantly, a refreshing £500-ish price tag when it's bundled with an 18-55mm lens. But don't let the surging megapixel count and plummeting price tag fool you. We just took the camera for a test drive in some less than ideal conditions, and we were impressed. If you're getting started with serious photography, the new A-58 might be the way to go. Read More >>

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Canon EOS 6D Review: Beautiful Full-Frame Stills, Crummy Full-Frame Video

The full-frame sensor, usually reserved for only top-of-the-line DSLR cameras, represents the finest standard of DSLR picture-grabbin.' It doesn't come cheap. But Canon fit a full-frame sensor into its new 6D—and offered camera buyers a pro-level detail at a price tag we've never seen before. Does it make the 6D worth buying? Read More >>

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Nikon D600 Review: Images This Spectacular Have Never Been So Cheap

Earlier this year, we fell in love with the Nikon D800. How could you not? It's a 36.6-megapixel hulk of a professional camera. But if you don't have £2500-odd lying around, too bad. Read More >>

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Canon EOS 6D: The Cheapest Full-Frame DSLR Ever

At just £1,799 for the body, the Canon EOS 6D it's the cheapest full-frame camera you can buy new. It's got one hell of a lineage, but how will it measure up to Nikon's crazy new D600, which costs just a smidgen more? Read More >>

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Sony A99: This Badass Pro DSLR Is Designed Like a Sports Car Instead of a Monster Truck

Most haggard old pros gave their souls up to Nikon and Canon long ago. Too bad for them because the Sony a99 is the kind of DSLR the pros of the future might be looking for: Small, fast, and furious. Read More >>

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Nikon D3200 Lightning Review: Where Were You Two Years Ago?

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? Read More >>

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Is the Canon 650D a Future Mirrorless Camera Hiding In Plain Sight?

The just announced Canon EOS 650D brings two industry leading features to the company's budget DSLR line: Continuous autofocus in Live View mode and touchscreen controls. They make the digital rebel easier to use than ever. But these new technologies could also mean that Canon's prepping a long-overdue compact, large-sensor camera line. Is a Canon mirrorless camera imminent? Read More >>

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Canon EOS 650D: This Is How You Actually Bring Powerful HD Video to the Masses

Canon's budget-friendly digital cameras have been one step ahead of the DSLR competition for years. The latest incarnation, the Canon EOS 650D (or, Rebel T4i in the US), builds on that tradition with innovations you won't find on even the most expensive DSLRs: It brings touchscreen controls and new beginner-friendly video features. Sounds great, but it'll cost you. Read More >>

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Rumoured Canon T4i Specs: 18 Megapixel Sensor, ISO 12800

Canon Rumors posted what they claim are the specs for the Canon T4i, the successor to the company's entry-level T3i. And judging from the rumoured numbers, any improvements made won't be quantifiable. Read More >>

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