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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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Neocamera just published a detailed review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 which is the only interchangeable lens camera that can record full 4K Ultra-HD video to flash memory. It can record Cinema 4K (4096×2160) at 24 FPS and Ultra-HD (3840zx2160) at 30 FPS. It gains these capabilities and more over everything the Panasonic GH3 reviewed here does, including full 1080p HD at 60 FPS.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4

The GH4 is the latest flagship mirrorless from Panasonic. It is brimming with features, including full manual-controls for both stills and video, and the most sophisticated autofocus system seen on any digital camera. This Contrast-Detect AF system can focus at over 800 points and keep track of faces or moving subjects.

All this is built into a professional grade weather-sealed body with a high number of external controls, including triple control-dials. Framing is done via a large 2.4 megapixels EVF with Eye-Start Sensor, a 3″ rotating touchscreen LCD or a remote application via WiFi.

Read the in-depth review to found out how the Panasonic GH4 performs. As always, there is an extensive gallery showing images at all ISO sensitivities. This time though, a dedicated page shows videos at 4K 30 FOS, Cinema 4K 24 FPS and 1080p 60 FPS.

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Nikon surprised the world by announced the first video-optimized full-frame DSLR in the form of their D750 in September. This new camera is built around a 24 megapixels CMOS sensor with anti-alias filter and an EXPEED 4 processor. It has a sensitivity range of 100 – 12800, expandable to 50 – 51200, and shares the same image processing pipeline introduced by the high-end D810 in June. Neocamera already reviewed the Nikon D810 here and now published an express review of the D750 right here.

Nikon D750

The review covers everything which is different between the D750 and its siblings which were already covered in details. As always, Nikon uses an very consistent and intuitive interface on their professional DSLRs, making usability nearly identical between such models. This leaves the image-quality and performance discussion as the core the the Nikon D750 review.

Interestingly, while Nikon sells the D750 in nearly every market, each place offers it at a similar but distinct price-point. Nikon Index has an article to break this down for you here.

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