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 …

DxO One Digital Camera

The DxO One digital camera sits somewhere between a point-and-shoot and a smartphone camera. The powerful, portable attachment snaps into iPhones via lighting connection, transforming them into sharp, capable shooters thanks to a 1” BSI-CMOS sensor, 11.9mm f/1.8 lens and a dedicated mobile app interface. So if you—or someone you know—is looking to attract more Instagram followers, the DxO One is here to help.

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 …