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  1. Nikon D300s review

    Nikon D300s review

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    The latest 12 megapixel snapper from Nikon

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    Nikon D5000 review

    Nikon D5000 review

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    The D5000 is intended to bridge the gap between the popular but feature-thin entry level D60 and (now discontinued) D40, and the mid-range D90. Like the latter, it offers a HD video recording mode, and in fact shares the same 12 million-pixel sensor, and AF, white balance and metering systems.

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    Hands on review: Nikon D90 review

    Hands on review: Nikon D90 review

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    The replacement to Nikon's popular D80 has been a long coming. TechRadar was at the UK launch to bring you a hands-on preview of this much-anticipated model.

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    Nikon D700 review

    Nikon D700 review

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    Nikon has been making top flight SLR cameras since the 1950s, but its newest model – the D700 – promises to appeal to enthusiasts and advanced amateurs as well as professionals.

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    Nikon D60 review

    Nikon D60 review

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    The D60 is Nikon's new 10-megapixel entry-level digital SLR. It takes over from the D40x and, outwardly, it's very similar. Under the skin, though, there are some significant improvements. For a start, the D60 gets a new dust-removal system, in line with most other digital SLRs on the market.

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    Nikon D300 review

    Nikon D300 review

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    The Nikon D200 was a truly great camera that offered professional performance at an enthusiast's price. Even now, its 10-megapixel CCD sensor can easily hold its own compared with similarly-priced rivals, and the robust build quality was - and still is - out of this world.

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    Nikon D3 review

    Nikon D3 review

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    Here's an interesting fact to mull over. The Canon EOS 1Ds Mk III will sell for £6,000, body only. For that, you can get a D3 body, one of the brand-new Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 N-series lenses and Nikon's fabulous 14-24mm N-series wide-angle zoom.

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    Nikon D40x review

    Nikon D40x review

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    The Nikon D40x is neither an upgrade for the 6-megapixel D40 model, nor a replacement for the D80. Instead, it sits slightly uncomfortably between the two models, further expanding Nikon's range of budget and enthusiast SLRs

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    Nikon D40 review

    Nikon D40 review

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    There are going to be those who think that Nikon is at best foolish and at worst mad to launch a new digital SLR with only 6 megapixels. But that may just be a measure of how caught up we've all become in the megapixel war

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    Nikon D80 review

    Nikon D80 review

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    Things had become pretty static in the entry-level SLR market. We'd all got used to 6Mp cameras or 8Mp in the case of Canon and Olympus) and the trend seemed to be towards lower prices rather than higher specs.

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    Nikon D200 review

    Nikon D200 review

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    How would you like to profit from photography? Maybe start selling your pictures through an online library or getting them published in magazines, calendars or greetings cards?

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    Nikon D50 review

    Nikon D50 review

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    One of the biggest and most heart-warming success stories in digital photography has been the Nikon D70. This camera succeeded in combininggreat looks, fine performance and a tempting price to enable Nikon toregain its rightful place

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    Nikon D70s review

    Nikon D70s review

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    Nikon's new D70s boasts faster, more accurate AF, faster image processing and buffering and a bigger LCD than the old D70. It's joined by the new, budget D50 model

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    Nikon D2X review

    Nikon D2X review

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    The D2X has landed, and with it come the hopes of a generation ofNikon devotees keen to see their company match arch-rival Canon. Unfortunately for users of Nikon, the company has perpetually been a step behind

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