With a resolution of 45.7 megapixels and an Australian RRP of $5,200 (body only), the D850 is aimed squarely at Nikon-using professional photographers looking for medium format level resolution. Doubtless there will also be a few well-heeled landscape shooters taking a closer look too…
Nikon’s D7500 is a welcome update to a popular line of affordable DSLRs that adds 4K video recording and a tilting LCD monitor.
A minor update to the D5500 with the addition of SnapBridge connectivity and support for in-camera creation of time-lapse movies.
DxOMark has published a list of ‘best lenses’ recommendations for high-end Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, based upon hardware testing.
A new entry-level Nikon DSLR with Bluetooth-enabled SnapBridge support plus the ability to take location data from a connected smart-phone.
The new flagship model in Nikon’s DX camera line-up provides most of the functions of the pro D5 camera in a smaller, lighter and more affordable body.
Nikon’s flagship professional DSLR introduces 4K/UHD video recording and a touch-screen LCD monitor and has dual slots for XQD or CompactFlash cards.
A very modest update to the D7100 with improved low light focusing, a larger buffer memory and built in Wi-Fi with NFC.
Nikon’s latest consumer DSLR is a very modest, and largely snapshooter-related, update to the previous model.
A small but significant upgrade to Nikon’s 36-megapixel D800 and D800E cameras.