Comfortable and intelligent design, and excellent photo quality and performance
Great, responsive and versatile tool
Nikon cleans up its full-frame act with the D600 upgrade
Pros: Excellent image quality, small and light for a full-frame camera.
Excellent image quality, straight-forward handling and quick performance
1080p60 HD video mode, Excellent image quality
New sensor, No anti-aliasing filter
Built-in Wi-fi addition, Good build quality
Excellent LCD screen that's hinged on the side
Premium compact gets upgraded with an EVF
Strong build quality, Impressive vari-angled LCD screen
Pros: 28-200mm f/2.0-4.0 lens range and brightness, sharp images of a good quality.
Excellent photos you'd expect from a large sensor
Screen is more than adequate for image composition in even bright light
Great image quality, Small footprint despite large APS-C sensor
Good build quality, Controls are sensibly arranged
Excellent photo and video quality for its class
Excellent image quality, Fast autofocus
Design is easy to use and comfortable to handle
Undoubtedly a great all-round DSLR
Comfortable shooting design and nice photos
Excellent control layout, 7.1x zoom lens, Fast aperture lens
Best-in-class ergonomics, handling, and build quality
Excellent image quality
'Practical feature set contribute to the Nikon D5100's strengths.'
'Well-rounded feature set.'
'Superb still image and video quality'
'It’s a strong look as the D3100 succeeds in out-classing a number of DSLR cameras classed as "higher spec" in various manufacturers’ ranges. '
'The camera is impressive throughout its automatic ISO range, and it even performs fairly well at its H1 setting, ISO 6400.'
'Nikon's latest dSLR offering for 2010, the D3100 improves upon the D3000 released last year.'
'all the exposures seem brighter, regardless of metering setting, then they were with the D300.'
'lovely, vivid images'
'The button layout is extremely similar to what was used on the D300, so anyone familiar with that camera should have a relatively easy time learning the control interface on the D300S.'
'The P6000 will probably be suitable for the tech-savvy or frequent traveller who needs to identify where they took certain shots.'
'The inclusion of a "GPS" position on the P6000's mode dial is somewhat confusing insofar as there's no separate GPS shooting mode.'
'There are a host of accessories available for the P6000, and
I've compiled them into this table for you: A pretty good selection, if I do say so myself.'
'Fortunately autofocus operation is quicker, but it's still a little sluggish at the longer end of the zoom where the maximum aperture drops from f/2.8 to f/5.6.'
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