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Nikon Digital SLR Cameras

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  1. 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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    From: $499.95

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  2. Nikon D3300

    The Nikon D3300 is the ideal companion for anyone starting out with DSLR photography.

    It's compact, lightweight design make it easy to carry around with you, so it's always available for when the perfect photo opportunity arises. When it does, you're free to let the camera do the work in it's Auto mode, or use the built-in Guide Mode to have the D3300 show you how to acheive the look you want so you can take control. If you're feeling really creative, there's 13 Special Effects and Retouch menu options to let your imagination run wild.

    For those moments where a picture just won't tell the whole story, Full HD video recording is easily available and will shoot 1080 video at up to an amazing 60 frames per second, allowing you to get a smooth and detailed recording of moving subjects.

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    From: $649.95

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  3. Nikon D4s

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    The Nikon D4S has been honoured with the European Professional DSLR Camera 2014-2015 award by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).

    While the Nikon D4s looks are based on the older D4, under the hood Nikon have hidden a range of improvements to make the D4s an unmatched tool for professional photographers.

    At the heart of the D4s is the new EXPEED 4 engine allowing blisteringly fast 11 frames per second shooting (with AE/AF), enhanced autofocus and white balance algorithms for improved tracking of moving subjects and greater colour accuracy, and an ISO upper limit that is doubled over it's predecessor. FullHD video can now be recorded at 1080/60p and Nikon have developed a new long-life battery to keep you shooting for longer.

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    $6,999.95

  4. 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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    From: $749.95

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  5. Nikon D5300

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    The Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Camera features a massive 24 megapixel CMOS sensor, 39 point Autofocus with 3D tracking and massive 3.2" screen which can be moved and used at different angles. 

    It is the first Digital SLR from Nikon to feature Wi-Fi built in to the camera, which then allows the user to transfer images from the camera straight to a smartphone or tablet with ease. 

    The D5300 also has 9 built in special effects which can be used to enhance your images, it also record movies up to 1920 x 1080 resolution

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  6. Nikon D610

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    The Nikon D610 Digital SLR Camera is Nikon's entry point into the Full Frame FX Sensor DSLR range. 

    It features a 24 megapixel Full frame sensor, called FX by Nikon, continous shooting of 6 frames per second, features 39 point Autofocus system,  
    an ISO range of 100-25600 and a light weight and rugged body with dust and weather resistance built around Magnesium top and bottom covers. 

    The D610's also shoot Full HD movies. 

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    From: $2,049.95

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  7. Nikon D7100

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    The Nikon D7100 is the much-anticipated new arrival from Nikon. This enthusiast camera is a serious upgrade of the much-loved D7000, featuring a 24 Megapixel sensor with no OLPF filter. This allows for a much sharper resolution than your average camera at this level. Nikon have also included 51 Auto Focus points; this lets you pinpoint your focus to more areas of the frame than ever before. Videographers will delight in the D7100’s improved 1080p shooting as well as built-in stereo microphones. Like the D7000, the D7100 comes weather sealed so it can go wherever you go.

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    From: $1,249.95

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  8. Nikon D750 Body

    Free your vision with the fast, versatile, and agile Nikon D750.
    In a world where anything is possible, this full-frame powerhouse gives you the freedom to explore your creativity.

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    $2,599.95

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