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Back to the Nikon D610 full framer we go with a new short review of the camera by Trusted Reviews.
The Wifi-new Nikon D5300 DSLR has picked up a brand new review, easing some of the curiosity, and waiting for you to read at The Photography Blog.
The Nikon D610 is slowly but steadily picking up reviews. Steadily because it was released very shortly after the announcement, so reviewers don’t have to wait or scramble to find a review unit. And slowly because it borrows a lot from the previous D600. Okay, enough mumbling, here is a new Nikon D610 review at CNet Reviews. If nothing else, the D610 announcement created an opportunity for Nikon full frame discounts for the D600.
As of the time of writing, the D610 body only is in-stock for $2000 at Amazon and B&H Photo. Speaking of those bargains, until 11/19/13 at 9am ET (or earlier if sold out), you can pick up the refurbished Nikon D600 w/24-85mm VR for $1705.
The new Nikon D5300 is starting to pick up reviews, here is a review in red (the camera body color) at ePhotozine.
Back to the full frame DSLRs we go with another look at the new Nikon D610, this one waiting for you at Tech Radar.
Full frame action, the new 35mm full frame Nikon D610 DSLR has been reviewed now at ePhotozine. The D610 was a surprise announcement, just like the D5300, with Nikon needing to do some “fixes” that couldn’t be handled by mere firmware and software.
The D610 has been steadily in-stock for its starting price of $2000 for body only, so much so, that retailers are offering free accessories with purchase already, including (as of the time of writing) Amazon and B&H Photo and Adorama (backordered).
The Nikon D5300 is the fourth camera in the Nikon D5xxx series and this new camera has now been measured and pixel-peeped at Dxomark. As usual, you can find their measurements and the quite telling comparison between the new D5300, the previous generation D5200 and the more entry-level D3200. I can see Prussia from my house!
As of the time of writing, the Nikon D5300 body only is in-stock for its starting price of $800 by various at Amazon.
The Nikon D610 is quickly out of the gate with their Dxomark test results! Here is the Dxomark evaluation along with their D610 vs D600 comparison and comparison. Spoiler alert: the D600 has a very slightly better overall score. Those oils improved low light performance after all
The new Nikon D610 has picked up a completed review already, it is waiting for you to read in detail at Photography Life.
As of the time of writing, the D610 body only is in-stock for $2000 at Amazon by various and OneCall.com and Best Buy. But the best value at the moment is at B&H Photo which includes automatically three freebies (16GB card, extra 3rd-party battery, shoulder bag). There it is eligible for the optional Nikon Instant Rebates (look for the small link under “Buy Together & Save”). Keep in mind this is as of the time of writing, and if you are reading it at a later date, these things can/may/will change.
The Nikon D7100 arrived in a new era for DSLRs, and it is facing a different market than its very popular predecessor. But that doesn’t change the pictures the camera takes. And for that, here is a new review at Photo Review.
As of the time of writing, the Nikon D7100 goes for $1150 body only and $1450 with the 18-105 lens.
Back to the DSLRS we go with a new review of the Nikon D5200 24-megapixel APS-C dSLR, this one is waiting for you at Steve’s Digicams.
Don’t you forget about us sing the DSLRs! In a world of buzz for Mirrorless and Big Sensor Primes, DSLRs would like to remind us all that they are still DSLRs! With that as an unnecessary intro, here comes a new DSLR review, it is the Nikon D5200 getting tested out at Thephoblographer.
If you want to get the D5200 without breaking the bank, you can get it refurbished with the 18-55mm kit lens for $650 at B&H Photo.
Hey, we are still here sing the DSLRs with one voice! Not forgotten is the Nikon D7100 as it receives a new short review at CNet Australia.
From the better late than never department, Tech Radar published their review of the good old Nikon D7000, perhaps Nikon’s most recent blockbuster camera.
The Nikon D7100 continues to slowly but steadily pick up reviews, preparing for the upcoming review zombie apocalypse! The latest Nikon D7100 review is waiting for you to read at Camerahoarders.
Yes, DSLRs are still around! They may not be currently the “hot cameras du jour” but a lot more photographers are using them than mirrorless cameras or exotic/advanced fixed-lens cameras. With that as a probably-unnecessary introduction, the Nikon D7100 review is finalized at Imaging Resource.
The Nikon D7100 APS-C dSLR has a new review out, hot off the e-presses e-published at Neocamera, straight into the matrix!
The Nikon D7100 is eligible for the current round of stackable Nikon Instant Rebates which expire 6/29/13 unless renewed/extended/etc.