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Nikon D7500 preview

The D7500 is Nikon’s latest upper mid-range DSLR, successor to the D7200 and slotting between the D5600 and D500. It inherits the 20.9 Megapixel sensor and image processor of the D500, to deliver the same image quality and 4k video. The 51 point AF of the D7200 remains, but it now shoots faster at 8fps. It loses the twin SD slots but gains a tilting touchscreen and SnapBridge. Check out my preview for more details.…

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Nikon COOLPIX B700 review

The Nikon COOLPIX B700 is a mid-range super-zoom with a 60x range and 16 Megapixels. It has a hinged screen, records 4k video and features built-in Wifi with Nikon’s SnapBridge technology. It’s a good specification for the money, but up against compelling competition. Find out of it’s worth spending the extra in Ken’s review!…

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Nikon COOLPIX B500 review

The Nikon COOLPIX B500 is a budget super-zoom with 16 Megapixels and a 40x optical. It has a hinged screen, is powered by four AA batteries and features built-in Wifi with Nikon’s SnapBridge. It’s a good specification for the money, but up against compelling competition. Does the B500 hit a sweetspot? Find out in Ken’s review!…

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Nikon D500 review

The Nikon D500 is a pro DSLR with a 20 Megapixel APSC sensor, 10fps shooting, a new 153-point AF system inherited from the D5, a large viewfinder, weather sealing, a 3.2in tilting touch-screen, dual card slots, 4k movies and built-in Wifi and Bluetooth. Find out why it’s one of the best sports cameras in Gordon’s review.…

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Nikon DL 18-50 preview

The Nikon DL 18-50mm is a compact camera aimed at enthusiasts with a 20 Megapixel 1in sensor, tilting OLED touchscreen, 4k video and an unusually wide zoom equivalent to 18-50mm. Announced in February 2016 alongside two other models differentiated mostly by their lens ranges, the DL series represents Nikon’s much-anticipated entry into the now popular…

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Nikon COOLPIX AW130 review

The Nikon COOLPIX A130 is the most waterproof compact currently on the market. With a depth rating of 30 meters it’ll go twice as deep as the Olympus TOUGH TG4 and TG860. If you want to dive deeper with a camera you’ll need to think about a conventional model with an expensive waterproof housing. But…

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