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

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Pentax 645Z Review

With a 51.4-million-pixel, medium-format-sized CMOS sensor, the Pentax 645Z may top the wish list of many photographers. Richard Sibley had the chance to try out the camera before its release…

£6,800.00

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Nikon D750

Nikon D750 Hands-on Review

Nikon’s latest full frame DSLR, the D750, will sit between the D610 and the D810 in Nikon’s line-up. Andy Westlake takes a closer look at what it offers.

£1,799.00
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Nikon D810 review

Photographers everywhere loved the Nikon D800 and D800E, and now comes the Nikon D810 as the firm's latest high-resolution workhorse camera. Is it a worthy successor? Callum McInerney-Riley finds out…

£2,699.99

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Sony Alpha 77 II review

Sony has taken the Alpha 77 and added Wi-Fi, an improved screen and given the AF system an overhaul. Callum McInerney-Riley finds out if it is the ‘king of APS-C’.…

£999.00

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Canon EOS 1200D review

The Canon EOS 1200D is an entry-level DSLR that joins a very crowded market, so what are the features that distinguish this model from all the others? Read the Canon…

£349.00

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Nikon D4S review

It’s the pinnacle of Nikon’s DSLR range, but what does the 16.2-million-pixel Nikon D4S add to its predecessor, and what might that mean for you? While we test it, professional…

£5,199.00

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Nikon D3300 review

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…

£499.99

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Nikon Df review

It's been a long time coming, but now Nikon has released a DSLR in the style of its F-series film cameras. Can Nikon's 16.2-million-pixel, full-frame Df really live up to…

£2,749.00

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Nikon D5300 review

With a 24.2-million-pixel-sensor, a new Expeed 4 processor, Wi-Fi and GPS functionality, has Nikon done enough to make the D5300 stand out from previous models? Read the Nikon D5300 review…

£749.00

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