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

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Is a 12.3-million-pixel adapter to accept M-mount lenses just what Ricoh's GXR needs? It certainly gives the system something extra, says Damien Demolder

£549.00

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Apart from its unique sensor design, the SD1 has some other interesting features, especially for fans of infrared photography. Tim Coleman finds out what is on offer

£5,500.00

It has much in common with the new Lumix DMC-G2, but its pared spec means that Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-G10 could be the most attractive Micro System Camera for enthusiasts on…

£499.99

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The Alpha 35 features a refined version of the 16.2-million-pixel sensor that we loved in the Alpha 55, yet it is Sony’s new entry-level SLT camera

£700.00

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When DSLRs are this small, do you really need a compact system camera? We put the diminutive Nikon D5100 through its paces in our comprehensive AP test

£669.99

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Almost three years on from its release, Canon has updated its entry-level DSLR with HD video, an improved sensor and greater ISO range. We put the Canon EOS 1100D to…

£419.99

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Initially, the Canon EOS 600D may seem nothing more than a slight upgrade from the EOS 550D, but the newcomer actually owes much to AP’s Product of the Year 2011,…

£750.00

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Priced just under the £10,000 mark, the Hasselblad H4D-31 is aimed at professionals looking to move up from a 35mm-style DSLR but in many ways it is a very different…

£10,794.00

With the focus on Sony’s SLT technology-wielding Alpha 33 and 55 cameras, have we all been passing over a perfectly capable DSLR? Sony offers up the Alpha 580 for your

£699.99

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Featuring a brand new sensor capable of producing 16.05-million-pixel images, could the GH2 be the pinnacle of the Micro Four Thirds system? We find out

£800.00

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This new mid-level DSLR offers a highly competitive feature list that will please current Pentax owners and new users alike, but does it have enough clout to ruffle the competition?

£510.00

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Pentax doubles its DSLR range to four cameras with its new 16.3-million-pixel K-5 flagship model. We find out what it is about the K-5 that justifies this status

£1,099.99

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We review the Olympus E-5 DSLR, from build and handling to the viewfinder, and give our final verdict on this enthusiast's play toy.

£1,600.00

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It’s a 40-million-pixel, medium-format camera that handles like a DSLR. This digital version of the 645 takes landscape and studio shooting to an advanced level for Pentax users

£8,999.00

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Ten frames per second with continuously active AF is no mean feat, especially in a camera costing £700. Whether it is worth the loss of the optical viewfinder is another

£669.00

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With its 16.2-million-pixel CMOS sensor, Full 1080p HD video capture and a 2,016-point metering system Nikon’s latest enthusiast DSLR hints at what is to come in its professional DSLRs. Richard…

£1,099.00

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The Nikon D3000, one of 2010’s best-selling cameras, has had a makeover. We put its successor, the Nikon D3100, to the test

£499.00

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Canon's latest DSLR features more than just a new sensor. An articulated screen and significant changes to the handling could make the Canon EOS 60D the best-ever enthusiast DSLR. Read…

£1,099.99

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With its use of translucent mirror technology in the Alpha 33, Sony has evolved the way that its digital cameras focus. But how much does the new system really improve…

£569.99

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Falling prices mean it might not be too long before medium-format photography is back on the agenda for enthusiasts, but what can we expect from a digital medium-format camera?

£13,000.00