It's Nikon vs. Canon in a throw-down showdown between two of the top mid-range dSLRs that have been battling since the beginning of time. Who's your Prizefight King of the Ring!
Nikon's D7100 may only be worth the extra cash if you need a faster Nikon right now.
The camera produces pleasing images, but does much better on raw than JPEG.
Adobe's image editing and cataloging software supports 25 new cameras and addresses image-quality problems on Fujiflm's X-Trans and EXR sensors.
Offering an attractive combination of performance and usability, the D7100 is a proficient SLR that caters for plenty of different photographers.
In addition to a weather-sealed body, the D7100 offers some nice design improvements over the D7000.
Brian Tong takes a first look at the Samsung HT-D7100, a home theatre all-in-one system
Not getting the dreamy out-of-focus backgrounds you were hoping for from your dSLR's kit lens? Here's how to do it.
Through the end of 2013, those who bought Photoshop CS3 or later can use Adobe's photo-editing tools for $10 a month, but not everyone is pleased. Also: Lightroom 5.2 ships with new "smoothness" adjustment.
With a freemium service, a Ukrainian company hopes to combine the enthusiasm for higher-end raw photo editing with the convenience of Web apps.