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Nikon just unveiled their D7200 cropped-sensor DSLR. This is an improved version of the Nikon D7100 reviewed here with what appears to be the sensor from the excellent Nikon D5500 which we reviewed this morning. Should the image-quality match, this would be a great win for the new flagship APS-C DSLR.

Nikon D7200

The new Nikon D7200 boasts a high-sensitivity 24 megapixels CMOS sensor with standard ISO 100 to 25600 range, plus monochrome Night Vision sensitivities up to 102400. This is combined with a fast 1/8000s shutter and 6 FPS full-resolution continuous drive. The buffer-depth for RAW files has been improved to 18 at maximum quality. This DSLR had its AF system tweaked to be sensitive down to -3 EV and keeps its 51-points, 15 of which have cross-type. Built-in WiFi and NFC are also included now.

The new Nikon D7200 is scheduled to be available this month for $1199 USD or $1399 CDN. Adorama and B&H Photo are already accpeting pre-orders.

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Nikon is taking a huge leap ahead of the competition with its latest ultra-zoom. The Nikon Coolpix P900 boasts the world’s first fixed 83X optical zoom lens. This incredible lens offers an equivalent 24-2000mm range with maximum F/2.8-6.5 aperture. This is of course fully stabilized and Nikon claims up to 5 stops of effectiveness.

Nikon Coolpix P900

This a prosumer ultra-zoom and Nikon’s most advanced yet. It features full manual-controls, including spot metering and custom white-balance. It is equipped with plenty of controls, including dual control-dials, dual zoom-controllers and a traditional mode-dial. Framing with the P900 can be done via a rotating 3″ LCD or built-in 0.2″ EVF with Eye-Start sensor. Both offer 920K pixels of resolution and 100% coverage.

The Nikon P900 also has built-in WiFi and NFC, plus a GPS to complete its feature set. It is scheduled to be available next month for $599 USD or $669 CDN. B&H Photo and Adorama are already accepting pre-orders.

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Nikon D5500 Review

The Nikon D5500 is the latest entry-level DSLR from Nikon. It features the latest generation 24 megapixels APS-C sensor which is capable for full 1080p HD video capture at 60 FPS and does not use an anti-alias filter. This gives it the ability to resolve extremely fine details.

The D5500 follows the D5300 with a new sensor and redesigned controls, something which had been steady among the lineup for a long time. The number of controls and functionality-accessibility remains extremely similar though. In our detailed review of the Nikon D5500, we cover every button and dial. As usual, there is a detailed analysis of performance, followed by a gallery of full-resolution photographs at every ISO.

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Canon Powershot G7 X

The Canon Powershot G7 X is a premium compact with a 1″ CMOS sensor and an F/1.8 maximum aperture lens. It can capture 20 megapixels images at 6.5 FPS and has a stabilized 4.2X ultra-wide-angle optical zoom while remaining the size of a typical compact digital camera.

As a premium model, it offers plenty of external controls, including dual control-dials. It boasts and impressive set of features as well. Its versatility is class-leading with a 1/2000s-250s shutter-speed range, built-in 3-stop ND filter and F/1.8-2.8 to F/11 aperture-range.

Neocamera just published a detailed review of the Canon Powershot G7 X. Read on to find out how this digital camera performs and compares.

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Fuji X100T


Fuji X100T Review

The Fuji X100T closely follows the X100S. It features refined controls and a new Digital Range-Finder feature. While the excellent X100S reviewed here introduced an all-new sensor with built-in Phase-Detect AF, the X100T keeps the same anti-alias filter-free 16 megapixels X-Trans CMOS II sensor.

Neocamera just published an express review of the Fuji X100T to highlight the differences over its predecessor and show how it performs photographically.

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