Nikon D5500

If you thought the DSLR was dead, think again. The Nikon D5500 is the latest to hit the market, with this one taking the place of the D5300. Though identical in many ways, one key enhancement over its predecessor is...

If you thought the DSLR was ...

Read More

Sony a7II

The Sony A7 II has been unveiled, brining us a full-frame, palm-sized DSLR with 5-axis image stabilization. Using Fast Hybrid AF, you get swift operation with quick focusing, super-wide coverage and tracking performance capable of constantly capturing fast-moving subjects. The...

The Sony A7 II has been unve...

Read More

Sony Alpha A77 II

From Sony comes their A77 II, the successor to the 24.3-megapixel camera that released in 2011. It's got the same amount of megapixels and Exmor APS-C sensor as the first, but this one's fitted with the Bionz X image clip,...

From Sony comes their A77 II...

Read More

Nikon D4S

Nikon has dropped the D4S, its latest flagship full-frame formal DSLR camera. It's based on the D4 and features quite a few enhancements from its predecessor, in hopes of being a strong response to the demands of professional photographers. The...

Nikon has dropped the D4S, i...

Read More

Fujifilm X-T1

Fujifilm has unveiled the X-T1, the latest addition to the brand's X Series of cameras. The X-T1 has a compact SLR body that's ideal for shooters trying to step away from the heavier set DSLR systems that we're seen from...

Fujifilm has unveiled the X-T1...

Read More

Nikon D4

Nikon D4 DSLR Full-Frame Camera

Nikon has finally unveiled the D4, the long-awaited successor to the camera maker’s full-frame D3S DSLR. It features a 16.2 megapixel sensor and an extended ISO to 204,800 at Hi-4 as well as a brand new full-frame FX-format sensor to take things next level. The D4 can also capture 10 fps stills at full resolution with full auto focus and exposure. A new 51-point AF system offers full cross-type focusing that’s compatible with all Nikon lenses, even when paired with a teleconverter. Nikon’s latest beast also features two card slots with support for both UDMA-7 CF and the recently-announced XQD format, which brings write speeds of up to 125 MB/s — enough to capture 105 consecutive RAW images at 10 fps. A release is slated for late February.

Canon EOS-1D X

Canon EOS-1D X

Canon’s announced the EOS-1D X, a full-frame beauty that’s set to replace the EOS-1Ds Mark III as well as the EOS-1D Mark IV models in Canon lineup. The 18 megapixel sensor is supported by a pair of Digic 5+ imaging processors, which help drive a 61-point high density reticular AF system, a top ISO setting of 204,000 (51,200 native), a 252-zone metering system, a 14 fps JPEG burst mode and a built-in wired gigabit LAN connection, for remote shooting and image transfer. This one’s pretty epic as it has an incredibly sharp intelligent optical viewfinder, with an on-demand grid, AF status indicator, a dual-axis electronic level and a shooting mode readout. Beyond this, the video capturing capabilities are intense as you can choose between 1080p video at 24, 25 or 30 fps, or 720p at 50 or 60 fps.

Look for the EOS-1D X to release in March 2012 with a pricetag of $6,800.