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Photographer dated 8 March 2014

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The EOS 1100D has been one of Canon’s most successful DSLRs

in recent years, but can its successor, the EOS 1200D, go on to do the same?

Michael Topham previews the latest entry-level model in the EOS line-up

Don’t be fooled by the entry-level status of the Nikon

D3300. With a 24.2-million-pixel sensor and no anti-aliasing filter, the

diminutive DSLR has ideas far above its station. Richard Sibley finds out just

how good this £500 DSLR really is

Callum McInerney-Riley tests the Ice Light, which can

deliver over 1,000 lumens of continuous light with one hand

In the second of a two-part article, Professor Bob Newman

looks at the different results that can be achieved from raw files, and how to

attain those differences

This year sees the launch of the US version of Landscape

Photographer of the Year. Charlie Waite takes a look at what the country’s vast

vistas have to offer


This week’s news:

  • Nikon launches new full-frame D4S flagship
  • Olympus

    telephoto lenses on way
  • Sony unveils long-zoom bridge cameras
  • Samsung

    announces Getty tie-up
  • Ilford Imaging Switzerland ceases trading
  • Leica says M

    shortage is over

 

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