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Nikon D5600 review

Is the Nikon D5600 worth the upgrade based on the addition of Snapbridge, or should you choose one of the company’s other offerings? Find out in our Nikon D5600 review.

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Canon vs Nikon: how to choose the best DSLR for you

Of course, what matters most is not the camera but the creative eye behind it; that said, Canon and Nikon cameras each have some technological advantages they can offer photographers depending on what it is you like to shoot. Read on, as we attempt to answer the impossible question: Canon or Nikon?

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Nikon D3400 low light potential demonstrated in new photo series

Tweet English National Ballet photographer, Laurent Liotardo (balletandphotos) uses his latest project to demonstrate the Nikon D3400 low light potential. As a staff photographer and ballet dancer himself he has a unique insight into the characteristics of ballet, and this insiders knowledge is demonstrated in his ability to capture dancers in a way that few others can. The Nikon D3400 DX-sensor and wide sensitivity range enable Laurent to capture these striking images of Melissa Chapski (ballerinachi). The images are even more impressive when you consider that the light available to capture these shots was being produced by Melissa’s own costume. This shows off the Nikon D3400...

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Nikon D500 review

Although it has an APS-C format sensor the Nikon D500 is a professional-level SLR aimed at experienced photographers, find out more in our full review.

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Nikon D5 review

The Nikon D5 replaces the D4S as Nikon’s top-flight DSLR and offers 12fps shooting along with a top sensitivity setting of ISO 3,280,000. You can find out how it performs in our review.

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