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  1. Nikon D3100

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    Featuring a guide mode which teaches you how to use the camera, the Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera caters for a wide range of users. Whether you want to take a nice portrait shot with a soft background or a sharp shot of a moving subject, the D3100 makes learning easy and fun. Boasting a 14 Megapixel DX sensor capable of shooting 3 frames per second, high quality images are available with the touch of a button. Finally, the D3100 allows you to capture any moment in Full 1080p High Definition Video, so you can capture your moment your way.

     

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    From: $469.95

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  2. Nikon D3200

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    New from Nikon comes the D3200, an Entry-Level camera with a powerful punch. Sporting a huge 24 Megapixel sensor, the D3200 includes a 6400 ISO – great for Low-Light shooting. Aimed at those new to photography, The Nikon D3200 comes with an upgraded Guide mode which not only teaches you about the camera controls but also gives you tips for composition. To help you get the most from the High Definition video, Nikon have also included a standard 3.5mm Microphone Jack. With the addition of an optional wireless adapter, the D3200 will be able to send images to your Smartphone with the help of a free App. This App will also allow you to use your phone as a remote camera trigger.

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  3. Nikon D3300

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    Perfect for anyone starting out on their DSLR journey, the easy-to-use D3300 gives you the confidence and features you need to take your photography to a whole new level.

    Whether you’re taking breathtaking travel photos, creating the ultimate Facebook profile shot, shooting footage of the kids playing soccer or just want a reliable DSLR camera, the D3300 delivers a perfect result, every time.

    With outstanding image quality, Full (1080/60p) HD video recording and a built-in Guide Mode, it’s ideal for getting started with a DSLR.

     

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  4. Nikon D4s

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    Based on the D4, the D4S responds more completely to the demands of professional photographers with revisions to a number of features and functions, including AF performance, image quality, workflow and operation, and movie recording, adopted after running a variety of simulations of the functions required by professional photographers who sometimes find themselves working under quite severe conditions.

     

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    $6,999.95

  5. Nikon D5200

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    The Nikon D5200 Digital SLR camera takes everything you love about the D5100 and adds some fantastic internal features. The D5200 retains the same build structure of the D5100; relatively small and light with a flip-out screen, comfortable grip and easy-to-use buttons. Where it differs is on the inside; the Nikon 5200D has a newly designed 24 Megapixel DX sensor with up to 25600 ISO, as well as 39 Auto Focus points. This means better low light shooting, sharper images and faster, more accurate focusing. The new sensor also allows for more flexible video shooting options, letting you take more control of your masterpieces.

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  6. Nikon D5300

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    The new D5300 is Nikon’s first D-SLR with built-in wireless LAN (Wi-Fi®) and GPS, featuring cutting-edge innovations including the new EXPEED 4 image-processing engine without an optical low-pass filter and an effective pixel count 24.2-million pixels that makes shooting, storing and sharing high quality images easy and fun.

     

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  7. Nikon D610

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    Using the D600 as its starting point, the D610 provides the stellar features of the D600 and brings with it a handful of upgrades that are certain to pique the interest of those looking for faster performance speeds as well as smoother, quieter operation.

    With a 24.3MP FX-format full-frame CMOS sensor, the D610 offers the utmost in high-resolution capture in a compact DSLR form. With a wide dynamic range and high signal-to-noise ratio, details are sharp and noise is minimal across its sensitivity range, which runs from ISO 100-6400 but is expandable from ISO 50 up to ISO 25600 when shooting in extreme situations. The large sensor provides bright, high-contrast imaging in strong light and remarkable pickup when shooting in low-light conditions. Colour reproduction is accurate across the board.

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  8. Nikon D7000

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    It’s hard to imagine how Nikon could possibly bring out a camera to replace the D90, but they managed it. The Nikon D7000 Digital SLR is not only relatively compact, but also very powerful. With a 16 Megapixel sensor and 39 autofocus points, the D7000 DSLR is perfect for the serious enthusiast. The Nikon D7000 is packed with features such as dual SD card slots, full High Definition video and two customizable settings so you can set the camera to your favourite specifications for certain conditions. This camera boasts an ISO range of 100-6400 (perfect for almost any lighting condition), as well as incredible speed for capturing fast subjects. While this camera is not for those just wanting to point and click, it’s perfect for those who want professional performance in a smaller, robust package.

     

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Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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