Nikon have been one of the photographic industry's most beloved and successful camera manufacturers for some time, with early success coming from their SLR output, a lineage of cameras whose presence can still be felt in modern Digital SLR releases from the brand.
These Nikon Digital SLR cameras have something to offer everyone from the novice, to the most serious of professionals. Entry level versions such as the D3400 and the D5500 are available for beginners with their impressive picture quality sharing the stage with modern wireless connectivity, high-definition video modes and beginner-based operating systems. Quite recently, Nikon have launched an assault on the enthusiast range of the DSLR market, with DX format speed-demons like the D500 appearing alongside the tantalisingly affordable, full-frame D610, allowing a higher level of image quality to become available to a more budget conscious audience. Rounding out the lineup are the professional bodies, delivering workhorse like build-quality and the absolute premium of performance. The latest of these releases is the D810 which bolsters a mammoth 36MP resolution, from a superb full-frame sensor which has been designed without an optical low-pass filter to maximise image sharpness.
To get the most from your high-performance Nikon body, you are spoilt with choosing from the huge range of optically superior, Nikon F-Mount lenses. Whether your interests lay in the fields of Landscape, portrait, sports or wildlife photography, or any new refreshing approach to the photographic medium, you are sure to find a lens that is up to the task.
Branching out into the smaller format sectors of the market at varying angles, Nikon have a commanding presence in the Compact Digital Camera, Mirrorless and Adventure camera fields. When space is critical there is a Nikon that is suitable, from the pocket-sized coolpix range, to the lightweight, interchangeable Nikon One series, to the rugged and action-ready KeyMission models that have recently been launched.