Nikon D3 Video
As long as you don't need seriously high-resolution photos, video capture, or machine-gun-fast sports shooting, the Nikon D700 has everything you need in a pro full-frame camera for a reasonable price.
Though a minor update to the D600 (sort of), there's still a lot to like about this entry full-frame camera.
If it wasn't so slow, the Nikon Coolpix S710 would be a very good high-end, full-featured ultracompact.
Although it carries a high price tag for the consumer digicam world, this responsive, high-quality camera is still a good value for a digital SLR.
The Nikon Coolpix P500 aims to be the ultimate full-size megazoom with a ludicrous 36x zoom lens and high-speed performance.
The Nikon Coolpix S570 is a respectable ultracompact camera, despite average point-and-shoot performance and some high-ISO overpromising.
An unsurprisingly great camera that's worth every penny of its higher price for its target market of professional nonsports photographers, the Nikon D800 should definitely please those who've been waiting patiently to replace their older Nikon equipment.
It's a great alternative to similarly priced entry-level full-frame dSLRs, as long as you don't need speedy continuous shooting.
The company's 'budget" full-frame model produces some great photos, but as a whole it leaves us feeling a bit ambivalent.
Though nothing extraordinary, the Nikon Coolpix L610 is a decent entry-level compact camera that shoots slightly above its price.
Nikon D3 (Body Only) Review
The good: Full-frame sensor; well designed, pro-level weather-sealed body; very low noise, even at extremely high ISOs; fast.
The bad: Resolution lags far behind the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III and Sony's forthcoming 24-megapixel dSLR.
The bottom line: Nikon's flagship dSLR packs a full-frame 12-megapixel sensor and is a highly versatile imaging powerhouse that lets photographers create images previously impossible to capture.
Nikon D3 (Body Only) Specs
Manufacturer: Nikon Inc.
Part number: 25434
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