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Adobe Lightroom now supports Nikon D3X

Images Nikon's flagship SLR and Olympus' new midrange E-30 now are recognized by Adobe's raw-image editing software.

By March 2, 2009

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Adobe tests support for Nikon's top-end D3X

Release candidates of Lightroom and Camera Raw can handle raw images from the Nikon D3X and Olympus E-30.

By January 23, 2009

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A humorous rant about the Nikon D3X

An Internet parody genre takes on Nikon's new top-end $8,000 SLR and its competition, Sony's A900.

By December 9, 2008

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Hands on with the 24-megapixel Nikon D3X

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

By December 1, 2008

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Nikon hits 24.5 megapixels with D3X

The company's high-resolution pro becomes official.

By November 30, 2008

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Nikon D3X: the 'X' is for lots of pixels

Officially unmasked a couple of days early by a print magazine, the D3X has been one of the worst kept secrets of the year.

By November 28, 2008

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Nikon Nirvana: Which Nikon dSLR? (roundup)

Having trouble figuring out which Nikon dSLR is for you? Here's some advice to help you get started.

By May 3, 2012

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How DxO Labs tests hot cameras like Canon's latest SLR

CNET's Stephen Shankland went behind the scenes near Paris to see DxO put the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark III through its paces. It's a rare look at one of the world's preeminent camera testers.

By April 19, 2012

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Nikon woos the pros with long-awaited D800

With a 36-megapixel sensor, new autofocus and metering systems, better viewfinder, and some attractive video features, the D800 might just have been worth the seemingly endless wait.

By February 6, 2012

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Kodak's travails: Better heed the lesson, camera makers

New technology helped cause Kodak's financial troubles. But stronger players such as Canon also must adapt to the digital revolution's breakneck pace.

By January 5, 2012