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Nikon D800


Nikon D800

When Nikon announced its new flagship D4 pro DSLR a few months ago, some were startled that it had "only" 16.1 megapixels.

Canon EOS-1D X


Canon EOS-1D X

Scheduled for a Spring 2012 release, the EOS-1D X replaces the EOS-1Ds Mark III and the EOS 1D Mark IV.

Nikon 1 V1 & J1


Nikon 1 V1 & J1

It has been long rumored that Nikon was going to introduce a mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera, and now they've done it—two, in fact.

Max Out Your DSLR Sensor


Max Out Your DSLR Sensor

Sometimes your first capture is your only capture. Blow the exposure, and you’ve blown a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. You can’t bracket high-action wildlife or outdoor sports—you’re all but guaranteed to get the wrong exposure at the decisive moment....

DSLR Performance In A Point-And-Shoot Size?


DSLR Performance In A Point-And-Shoot Size?

You’ve likely heard the buzz about the new mirrorless, interchangeable-lens cameras by now (some call them EVIL, for “electronic viewfinder, interchangeable lens”).

Video DSLRs For Nature Shooters


Video DSLRs For Nature Shooters

While the ability to record video has been built into compact digital cameras for years, as recently as two years ago there were no digital SLRs with video capability.

Build A Landscape Kit On Any Budget


Build A Landscape Kit On Any Budget

Even though technology has certainly changed, the keys to capturing a great landscape haven’t.

Gear Up For The National Parks


Gear Up For The National Parks

The U.S. National Park Service (NPS) manages 392 “units,” including 58 national parks and 74 national monuments.

DSLRs To Shoot Like Ansel Adams


DSLRs To Shoot Like Ansel Adams

The legendary Ansel Adams was certainly one of our best-known landscape photographers. He made so many iconic images of the American landscape that he, himself, became an icon.

Also labeled: D-SLRs, Gear

The DSLRs Of 2009


The DSLRs  Of 2009

The year 2009 was a banner one for D-SLRs, with 17 models introduced by six manufacturers.

Also labeled: D-SLRs

Canon EOS-1D Mark IV


Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

It has been 2½ years since Canon introduced the EOS-1D Mark III, a 10.1-megapixel, 10 fps model that proved popular with bird photographers, in particular, and with wildlife and even general nature shooters for its excellent image quality and quick...

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Pentax K-7


Pentax K-7

Pentax’s new top-of-the-line K-7 packs a 14.6-megapixel CMOS sensor, HD video capability, a 3.0-inch, high-res LCD, cold-weather capability, high-end performance and a host of pro features into a compact, rugged weather- and dust-resistant body—at a goo...

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HD D-SLRs For Nature Photographers


HD D-SLRs For Nature Photographers

In fall 2008, Nikon announced the D90, the first D-SLR with HD video capability. A few weeks later, Canon announced the EOS 5D Mark II, the first “pro” D-SLR with video capability.

Also labeled: D-SLRs, How-To

Canon EOS Rebel T1i


Canon EOS Rebel T1i

Light, compact and easy to carry in the field, Canon’s newest entry in the EOS Rebel line is the T1i. The camera continues the Rebel tradition, but adds amazing new features such as 15.1-megapixel resolution, ISOs to 12,800, a 3-inch, 920,000-dot Live...

Full-Frame D-SLRs


Full-Frame  D-SLRs

When we last looked at full-frame D-SLRs, there were four models. In the ensuing months, one of those was replaced, and two new ones were added, giving us six of these high-tech super-cameras today. As long as there have been D-SLRs, OP...

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Brave New World


Brave New World

For all of the power of a single frozen moment in time that a photograph represents, sometimes it’s just not enough. We’ve all lamented the still frame’s inability to adequately capture the motion within a scene. Wildlife photographers, in particular,...

Also labeled: Video

Nikon D90


Nikon D90

The first D-SLR to offer HD video capability, the Nikon D90 joins the D80, and in doing so, has elevated the performance potential of the “hard-core photo-enthusiast” model in Nikon’s D-SLR lineup.

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Best D-SLRs For B&W


Best D-SLRs For B&W

There are two basic ways to produce black-and-white images digitally: Shoot them that way in-camera or shoot them in color and convert them to black-and-white using imaging software. Both offer advantages. Most of today’s D-SLRs provide a monochrome...

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The New Generation Of D-SLRs


The New Generation Of D-SLRs

It’s fall, and besides the annual leaf change and wildlife migrations, this is a time of year when manufacturers unveil their new D-SLR lineups. Some of these cameras are ready and available right now, some are coming soon, and others are only c...

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2008 Holiday Buyer’s Guide


2008 Holiday Buyer’s Guide

With the holidays fast approaching, Outdoor Photographer offers our annual collection of photo gear to help you get better photographs. This year, we have everything from printers to software to photo backpacks. What you won’t find in this g...

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Wildlife D-SLRs


Wildlife D-SLRs

While you can photograph wildlife with any camera, some models are better suited for it than others.

Also labeled: D-SLRs

Canon EOS 50D


Canon EOS 50D

Just a year after Canon debuted a major upgrade to its popular mid-level EOS 30D D-SLR via the EOS 40D, the company has introduced a major upgrade of the 40D. The new EOS 50D raises the resolution a whopping 50% while maintaining essentially the same...

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Is Now The Time For Full-Frame D-SLRs?


Is Now The Time For Full-Frame D-SLRs?

Nature photographers now can choose from among four “full-frame” D-SLRs, thanks to Nikon’s new D700 joining the D3 and Canon’s EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS 5D.

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