There aren't enough features to tempt existing users to upgrade, but newcomers to Nikon's mid-range SLR will not be disappointed with its performance.
With two SLRs strapped to his helmet, photographer Juan Mayer jumps from planes to capture the magic of the skydiving experience.
With the D5300, Nikon remains at the head of the class of sub-$1,000 dSLRs.
Nikon ups the ante for image quality in the sub-$1,000 price class.
Slightly lighter and more compact than the D5200, the D5300 also sports a larger LCD and a refined grip.
Slightly redesigned, the D5500 is a modest upgrade over the D5300.
The latest version of Adobe's photography software can handle raw photos from Nokia's high-end Windows smartphone and a host of new higher-end cameras.
The test version of the photo editing and cataloging software handles raw photos from new Nikon, Fujifilm, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, and Canon cameras and squashes some bugs.
Having trouble figuring out which Nikon dSLR is for you? Here's some advice to help you get started.