DSLR reviews by Amateur Photographer, featuring Digital SLR tests and specifications

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Pentax K3 ii

The Pentax K-3 II aims to improve on the K-3 with better continuous autofocusing, in-body image stabilisation and never before seen features like Pixel Shift Resolution and Astrotracer. Callum McInernery-Riley…

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Michael Topham finds out if the EOS 760D justify its higher price and is it the best choice for aspiring enthusiasts

£649.00

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Canon EOS 5DS R

Canon’s EOS 5DS R is the highest-resolution full-frame camera yet made. Andy Westlake investigates in our Canon EOS 5DS R review

£3,200.00

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With only £50 separating the EOS 750D from the EOS 760D it asks the question; is there a need for two beginner models so similar in the Canon EOS line-up?…

£689.99

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The K-S2 is Pentax’s latest mid-range DSLR, continuing its tradition of offering affordable yet well-specified cameras. Find out how it gets on in our Pentax K-S2 review.

£649.00

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Nikon D7200 review – The new D7200 offers small upgrades over its predecessor, but Callum McInerney-Riley asks, is this enough to improve upon the D7100?

£939.00

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Nikon D5500

With many of the same specifications as the D5300, is the Nikon D5500 really offering enough to stand out from its predecessor?

£719.00

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It may seem to be all flashing lights and quirky looks, but underneath its modern skin the Pentax K-S1 is a serious camera. Richard Sibley finds out just what it…

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With 10fps shooting and sophisticated autofocus, is the Canon EOS 7D Mark II the ultimate action camera? Callum McInerney-Riley finds out

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With a full-frame 24.3-million-pixel sensor and an updated autofocusing module, is the Nikon D750 the perfect all rounder? Callum McInerney-Riley finds out in our Nikon D750 review

£1,799.00

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