Nikon DSLR Reviews

The Japanese-based Nikon are the market leaders when it comes to photo technology. They have an impressive gamut of cameras that range from budget, entry level devices through to top-end devices that are geared towards professionals and photography enthusiasts. They currently have three camera line, Coolpix compact cameras, the Nikon 1 series that consists of MILCs, and their DSLR collection: the D-series.

Nikon D3200

The Nikon D3200 is an impressive device that will please both keen amateur photographers and professionals alike. The device is fitted with an superb 24.2MP sensor which is supported by a powerful EXPEED 3 image processor, allowing you to capture, rich detailed pictures every time. Unless you buy a body-only version of the device, the Nikon D3200 comes with a versatile and powerful 18-55mm lens which is suitable for most situations. The Nikon D3200 has a number of auto scene modes which are great for helping you get perfect shots in difficult situations. In addition, by holding down the shutter, the device will enter continuous shoot mode which boasts an impressive speed of 4 Frames per Second.

Nikon D5300

Nikon’s D5300 has a superior 24.2MP sensor which is supported by a cutting-edge EXPEED 4 image processor, allowing you to capture excellently-rendered, high-quality images every time. The camera also has impressive scene detection technology that automatically tweaks the camera’s settings for optimal shooting. One of the major attractions of the Nikon D5300 is its connectivity capabilities. Using Wi-Fi you can send images from the camera directly to your laptop or smart device. In addition, the Wi-Fi connectivity allows you to take advantage of remote shooting. This means that you can use your mobile device to activate the shutter, perfect for group photos!

Nikon D300s

Building on the success of its great predecessor, the Nikon D300, the D300s is a powerful and versatile device. The camera has an excellent 12.3MP sensor which minimises noise even is areas of delicate tonal gradation! In addition, the powerful 51-point Autofocus is incredibly accurate and promises sharp detail every time. If you are trying to capture a moving object, you can activate the camera’s continuous shooting mode by simply pressing and holding the shutter button and take advantage of its outstanding 7fps shutter speed. On the other hand, you can also use the Nikon D300s to capture 720p HD video.

Nikon D7000

With respectable specs and a relatively budget-friendly price tag (well, as far as DSLRs go), the Nikon D7000 is a great option for keen photographers looking to upgrade to a solid midrange device and is a worthwhile investment for those who are new to photography. Equipped with a generous 16.2MP sensor and 14-bit A/D control, the camera is more than capable of capturing stunning photos and true-to-life tonality. The Nikon D7000 is not only great for taking photographs, but it is also an excellent device for shooting video as it captures footage in impressive 1920 x 1080 Full HD.