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Nikon D5500 Shooter’s Report Part I: More to love from a storied line of cameras

 
 

If you've read our recent round-up from late 2014 of what we consider to be the best DSLRs on the market for under $1000, we only listed three options and the Nikon D5300 was a clear choice for one of them. It also received a coveted "Camera of Distinction" award in our 2013 Camera of the Year awards in the entry-level...

Nikon D5300 Review: Better images, better video and advanced features give this mid-range DSLR a leg up

 
 

We've just published our full Nikon D5300 review, and this updated mid-level consumer DSLR takes the well-reviewed D5200 and packs in a handful of high-end features. Sporting a newly developed 24.2MP sensor without an AA filter for enhanced sharpness, and Nikon's latest EXPEED 4 processor for better high ISO handling and...

Nikon D5300: First batch of gallery images posted

 
 

The Nikon D5300 has already been through the wringer in our Test Lab -- check out the full Image Quality Analysis here -- and recently found its way to our experienced reviewer Jason Schneider. We just published a series of real-world gallery photos from this new Nikon for your perusal, including full-size JPEGs and a...

Nikon Middle East sends a D5300 skydiving with photographer Juan Mayer (VIDEO)

 
 

We already know the Nikon D5300 takes some impressive images—but how does it handle in a situation that's not so lab based? Like, say, jumping out of a plane? Nikon Middle East has teamed up with photographer Juan Mayer to outfit the skydiving photographer with the D5300 for a day of jumps.

Unfortunately, the video...

Nikon D5300 Image Quality Analysis: With a new sensor, is the D5300 a D7100 in a smaller body?

 
 

Nikon's new advanced consumer DSLR, the D5300, may look like a minor upgrade to the well-received D5200 on the outside, but under the hood there's some stand-out features that put it in the range of the D7100 in terms of image quality and performance. But this is all just talk without an actual comparison, right? Well,...

Nikon Q&A: Head of development sees interchangeable-lens slowdown as an aberration, not a red flag

 
Mr. Tetsuya Yamamoto
General Manager,
Development Headquarters, Nikon Corp.

The annual CP+ photography tradeshow is now well underway in Japan, and Imaging Resource publisher and editor-in-chief Dave Etchells is right in the thick of it, meeting and interviewing some of the most influential figures in the...

Distortion begone! iPhone 5s, Nikon Df, Sony A7 among 17 new cameras supported by DxO software


 
 

If lens distortion and perspective issues are the bane of your photos and you're shooting with a recently-announced camera -- including Apple's wildly-popular iPhone 5s, the Nikon Df DSLR which we're currently reviewing, or the truly lustworthy Sony A7 full-frame mirrorless camera -- then we have good news! The...

DxO Optics Pro, FilmPack updated; Olympus E-M1 and Sony A7R among new cameras supported


 
 

If your digital darkroom setup includes software from French company DxO Labs, it's probably time to upgrade, because the company has just released updates for two of its core apps. The updates for image processor DxO Optics Pro and film simulation app DxO FilmPack go hand-in-hand with each other.

DxO Optics Pro...

Firmware Friday: Panasonic GX7, Sigma SD1 updated; fix for Sigma lenses on Nikon D5300


 
 

It's Firmware Friday time once more, and that means a quick wrapup of all that's new in the world of photo firmware. This week, we have updates to report on from both Panasonic and Sigma.

Sigma's updates include firmware both for cameras and lenses. We'll touch on the lens firmware first, as we'd reported earlier...

Sigma notes Nikon D5300 compatibility issue, fix coming imminently


 
 

Planning on buying the Nikon D5300 digital SLR? If so, you'll want to be aware of a potential compatibility issue when shooting with Sigma lenses using an internal focus motor, one which the company is working on correcting.

The lenses will largely work as intended, but the optical stabilizer may not function...

Nikon NEF Codec updated with support for Nikon DF, D5300 digital SLRs


 
 

Planning to pick up one of Nikon's latest digital SLRs as soon as it hits the market, and want to be ready when it shows up? If so -- and if you're using a Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8 computer -- we've got a download you'll want to grab.

Nikon has just updated its NEF Codec package, which lets Windows machines...