Nikon D3x review
With the D3x Nikon has finally joined Canon in the exclusive 20 Megapixel Club, and it was worth the wait. The D3x is a stunning camera that pushes the boundaries of DSLR performance to a new level. It isn't perfect, though, in particular, the omission of any form of built-in dust control is a major disappointment.
Is it better than the D3? Well, that depends. If you shoot landscapes, or work in the studio, then yes it is. If you shoot sports, or in dimly lit jazz clubs, you're still better off with a D3. It's horses for courses. The bottom line is that if you want the finest image quality at the highest possible resolution, the D3x is now the best camera of its kind. To better it you'll have to blow £10k on a medium format outfit, or wait and see what Canon does next.