In addition to a camera, Nikon shows off a couple of new accessories at Photokina 2014.
As the name implies, here's where you find the best of the best, our top digital cameras across the board.
As long as it stays at a sub-$1,000 price, the Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM lens will be a great deal for photographers using APS-C dSLRs.
A bright, fast lens with a high-end build, the Olympus M.Zuiko 75mm f1.8 is a great option for portrait photographers shooting with Micro Four Thirds cameras.
The company adds this consumer-grade staple to its handful of lenses optimized for its latest Rebels and dSLRs with Dual-Pixel CMOS sensors.
Lens announcements are not normally a reason to get excited, but this model from Sigma should change that.
This telephoto Micro Four Thirds lens delivers sharp, distortion-free photos.
The company adds a 24mm f1.4 to its excellent lens portfolio.
The widest full-frame lens to date comes courtesy of Canon.
The company's first self-designed and distributed Sony FE-mount lenses with autofocus come in a couple of essential focal lengths.
This wide-angle zoom has a novel range and is probably the fastest in a class where f2.8 rules.