Each industry has rivalries and in photography it’s usually Canon vs Nikon. Find out which one is the right camera for you.
Download sample images from the new Nikon D850 and discover for yourself why this might be the camera you’ve been waiting for.
When it comes to picking a Nikon DSLR for video, you have a lot of options. We’ve narrow it down to the top 5 Nikon DSLRs for videographers.
I spent some time in Dubai with Nikon’s versatile D500 camera and gathered up a few great examples, including RAW files to download, to prove this APS-C camera packs a punch in both speed and dynamic range. Plus, Nikon’s added an essential back button to help simplify workflow.
Nikon’s D7100 and D7200 are two of the most popular crop sensor (called “DX” in the Nikon world) cameras on the market. These two cameras are very similar but there are a few key differences between them. In this article we’ll talk about those differences and hopefully help make deciding between them a little bit easier.
Nikon’s D3300 and D5300 are high quality entry-level DSLRs that are very similar but with a few key differences. Discover the best option for beginners.
Nikon’s top of the line APS-C camera comes with a lot of improvements from its predecessor, the D7100. We took the Nikon D7200 for a spin and did hands-on testing to see if its upgrades are worth the investment. Read on to find our conclusions across ergonomics, speed, battery life, video capabilities and more.
The Nikon D7100 and Canon 70D are popular among beginner to intermediate level photographers for being powerful crop sensor cameras at a very affordable price. These are both excellent options for people who are looking to get their feet wet in DSLR photography or those who want to upgrade their first rig. Picking between these two cameras can be a challenge – but we’re here to help.
Learn to control your off-camera Nikon flashes using your on-camera flash. Topics I’ll cover: Setting Commander Mode for your Nikon camera, assigning multiple flashes to groups A and B, and adjusting your flash channel, illumination pattern, and zoom positions.