Canon 7D Mark II: Hands On And Test Shots

We just got our hands on a pre-production beta unit of Canon’s latest DSLR, the 7D Mark II. We wasted no time in hitting the streets to grab some shots for your viewing pleasure.

Canon 7D Mark II: The Long-Awaited Successor To A Classic DSLR Is Here

It’s finally here. The Canon 7D Mark II, probably the most anticipated, rumoured, speculated-about camera in years, is ready to make its debut. It’s been five years since the original 7D hit shelves in 2009, so you better believe the expectations are high for the Mark II to be the messiah of mid-range DSLRs.

Nikon D750: Finally, A Top DSLR With A Screen That's Useful For Video

Over the last few years top DSLRs have gotten so good that they’re not just for photographers; they’re used by filmmakers and producers to shoot high-quality video, too. The Nikon’s D750, though, is the first pro-DSLR to come with a tilting screen, a significant ergonomic improvement.

Gizmodo Camera Buying Guide 2014: Our Favourite Upgrades, Accessories And Add-Ons

If you already have a camera, there are plenty of ways you can make it better. Any camera on the market today can be upgraded, kitted out with extras, or improved — here are a few of our favourites.

Nikon D810: Subtle Improvements For One Of The Baddest DSLRs Around

The Nikon D800 is commonly held in high regard as one of the best pro DSLRs out there. When it was released back in 2012, it made news for its unique 36-megapixel sensor. This time around, the focus is on minor improvements for some added firepower in an already fiery camera.

Sony's DSLRs Aren't Dead: The New a77 II Adds Insanely Good Autofocus

With all the glitz and glamour of Sony’s recently renamed and revamped Alpha (nee NEX) mirrorless camera line-up, you’d be forgiven for thinking Sony had forgotten about its DSLR cameras. Not so — it has just released an update to its mid-range a77, endowing the semi-pro and ‘advanced amateur’ shooter with a class-leading 79-point autofocus system.

Nikon D5300 Australian Review: Feature-Packed, Great Photos

Nikon’s enthusiast and semi-professional cameras since 2009 — the D5000 and D7000, and their subsequent successors — have kicked goal after goal after goal. Each incremental product release has addressed customer concerns, added new features, and bumped up their imaging sensors’ megapixel count. That trend thankfully continues with the latest D5300.

Panasonic's LUMIX GH4 Pro Camera Now Has An Australian Price

The next iteration in Panasonic’s excellent stills-and-video mirrorless GH camera line-up, the LUMIX DMC-GH4, now has an Australian price tag. That’s great news for anyone thinking of moving over to the new camera, which boasts native 4K video recording capability and a hugely improved imaging sensor. Like the GH3 before it, the new GH4 will likely become the camera of choice for indie film crews and professional cinematographers on a budget.

Nikon's New D4S Is An Epic Pro DSLR In A Familiar Package

At the professional level, the ultra-powerful DSLR is still mighty important, and with that in mind, Nikon is upgrading its beastly D4, with the D4s, a faster shooter that’s better at low-light than its predecessor. There’s a lot to love about this camera. Here are the highlights.

As Nikon's Entry-Level DSLR Gets A Bump, Its 18-55mm Kit Lens Shrinks

Nikon just gave its entry-level DSLR a pretty obvious spec bump, but along with the new camera, Nikon’s introducing a new version of the standard kit lens that ships with the product and will probably be used by lots of beginners on this and other cheaper Nikon DSLRs

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