Nikon’s D500 Satiates the Need for Speed

How the super fast DSLR fared when capturing skaters and the night sky in the hands of a casual photographer

Nikon released the D5 and D500 last month to great fanfare—and the latter especially appeals to photography lovers whose professions don’t warrant paying $6500 for the new flagship DSLR. The D500 is a true replacement camera for the D300 series (which dates back to 2007), and it’s all about fast-action. Inside the rugged, durable body build—on par with Nikon’s higher-end cameras (and no unneccessary built-in …

Nikon’s Full-Frame D-SLR: D750

The new lightweight camera is put to the test during a trip to Puerto Rico

by Tariq Dixon With professional-grade capabilities in a compact, lightweight body, Nikon’s D750 is the brand’s latest (and in many ways, its most versatile) full-frame D-SLR. We took the camera to Puerto Rico to test its range of unique features, including its tilting LCD screen and built-in wireless capabilities—firsts for any Nikon FX-format D-SLR. The brand has paired these new additions with a 24.3MP CMOS …

Nikon Df

A handsome, classic looking D-SLR with modern D4-level image-capturing capabilities

The much rumored and highly anticipated news from Nikon is now official: The Df—an advanced-level D-SLR blending a classic, vintage-inspired design with the performance of a modern FX-format camera—has just been unveiled. For longtime Nikon users such as ourselves, the introduction is welcomed with open arms. While the aesthetic draw is obvious, the capability of the lightweight, mid-size body is really something we’ve been after …