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...

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NIKON 1 V3 CAMERA

Nikon's unveiled a new flagship for its mirrorless camera lineup, the Nikon 1 V3. It features an 18.4 MP sensor and the Expeed 4A image processor and even offers up the world's fastest continuous shooting frame rate at 20 fps....

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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...

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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.

Nikon 1 System

Nikon 1 System

Being loyal Nikon fans, we’re really excited to hear that the company is releasing a line of mirror less cameras. The Nikon 1 system will consist of two new, extremely versatile cameras — the V1 and J1 — and will also bring forth four new ultra-portable lenses. To compete directly with the NEX-5, PL1, GF-1 and their brethren, the Nikon 1 system will be the perfect blend of image quality, speed and portability. The system’s built from the ground up and comes with some top-notch features.

Nikon D7000 Unveiled to Battle Canon 60D

Nikon D7000 Unveiled to Battle Canon 60D

The battle continues between Canon and Nikon with the release of the Nikon D7000, a monstrous beauty that brings the goods. Though it’s got 16 megapixels compared to the Canon EOS 60D, all know by now the pixel count should never be the leading selling point for an SLR. The D7000 has plenty of other solid reasons including a mesmerizing 39-point Autofocus system, 100-percent viewfinder coverage, 1080p video at 24 fps, dual SD card slots (yes, dual), a partially magnesium alloy shell to deliver increased durability. It’s also got continuous autofocus and a stereo mic and the ability to record video non-stop for 20-minutes. Yes, there’s a cap but a small price to pay to get the mic and enhanced 1080p shooting on board.

Look for this to drop in mid-October for $1,200 for the body only (note: the Canon EOS 60D runs for about $100 less), or $1,500 with an 18-105 lens kit. There are also a few additions to the lens lineup as well as an upgraded flash. You can get the AF-S 200mm f/2G ED VR II for $5,999.95, an AF-S 35mm f/1.4G for $1,799.95, and an SB-700 Speedlight for $329.95.

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Nikon S8000 [Point and Shoot]

Nikon's S8000 is a beauty. It's slim and sleek and it packs a punch. Shown above in a fresh black finish, their latest point and shoot's got a 10x zoom Nikkor lens, crisp 3-inch, 921,000-dot display and a 14 megapixel...

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Official: Nikon D3S, Releases Late November

Official: Nikon D3S, Releases Late November

The 12.1-megapixel D3S has officially been released, with all eyes on Nikon’s latest work of art. The professional-grade DSLR is packing a rather wide ISO range of 200 to 12,800, which can be further boosted to 102,400. Plus, there’s a 720p video recording mode at 24 frames per second with autofocus, though we’re a bit disappointed with the lack of 1080p action.

The price is $5,199.95 for body only, a number most are probably comfortable with. Hit the jump for more pics. (via Engadget)

Incase DSLR Camera Carrying Case & Sling Pack

Incase DSLR Camera Carrying Case & Sling Pack

Don’t like the carrying case Ashton’s sporting in the Nikon D90 commercial? Incase has the remedy with their DSLR Camera Carrying Case and Sling Pack. With weather resistant nylon construction and adjustable padded camera and lens compartment, their carrying case is designed to “offer professional-grade protection for a photographer’s most important equipment.”

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