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'A clear Dave's Pick, the Nikon D7200 is the company's best effort yet in the enthusiast DSLR market.'
'Overall the Nikon D7200 is an impressive enthusiast DSLR.'
'The D7000 line has always been a solid DSLR, Nikon's 2015 enthusiast camera takes the fully featured D7100 and enhances the sensor even more, for images with rich, yet true-to-life colors and excellent noise reduction. '
'It isn't a true successor to the 6-year-old D700, or just a cheaper, less well-specified version of the D810 - instead, the D750 is a compelling camera in its own right that actually out-performs the D810 in some areas. '
'It's a powerful and versatile camera that's arguably more compelling than the D810 for most photographers at around two thirds of the price.'
'The D750 is a great SLR camera. '
'Irrelevant of its tilt-angle screen the Nikon D750 brings together many successful elements that make it an undeniably great DSLR camera. '
'The Nikon D810 is an excellent, well-rounded camera that's capable of delivering superb images in a wide range of conditions.'
'This is a serious camera, and much of the way the Nikon D810 operates is about zero compromise performance. '
'Extremely high resolution and per-pixel sharpness. '
'If you're on a tight budget and are prepared to sacrifice a built-in electronic viewfinder, the COOLPIX S9900 represents great value for money - especially considering it sports a fully-articulated screen and built-in GPS. '
'The Nikon Coolpix S9900 dealt quite well with chromatic aberrations, with purple fringing effects appearing only in high contrast situations. '
'Wi-Fi, NFC and built-in GPS.'
It's small on the outside but the S9900 packs a powerful 30x zoom lens