An Internet parody genre takes on Nikon's new top-end $8,000 SLR and its competition, Sony's A900.
We've had our hands on the 24-megapixel behemoth that is the Nikon D3X, and we're impressed. Take a look at our photos, which show an average Crave reader doing some world-class holding
The company's high-resolution pro becomes official.
Officially unmasked a couple of days early by a print magazine, the D3X has been one of the worst kept secrets of the year.
Images Nikon's flagship SLR and Olympus' new midrange E-30 now are recognized by Adobe's raw-image editing software.
Release candidates of Lightroom and Camera Raw can handle raw images from the Nikon D3X and Olympus E-30.
Having trouble figuring out which Nikon dSLR is for you? Here's some advice to help you get started.
Users of Aperture and Apple's other photo software now can read and edit images from Nikon's top-end $8,000 SLR.
Sensor performance of the $8,000 D3X is a big step above Nikon's D3 and Canon's 1Ds Mark III. We're still waiting for medium-format camera tests, though.
Rumors about a Nikon D90 and D3X