The Nikon D3s shoots at up to 11 frames per sec, at up to ISO 102,400, but is it the ultimate DSLR?
The much anticipated What Digital Camera awards have been announced. So what products made the grade in 2009?
Three new Olympus Mju models in bright colours with big features
Panasonic's new FP1, FP2, and FP3 cameras offer a stylish, ultra-slim design with an impressive feature set
Canon announces two new feature-packed PowerShot compact cameras, the Canon A3100 and A3000
The update of the D300 comes with some handy new features, including HD video. What Digital Camera's Editor, Nigel Atherton, gives a full review of the new D300s model
Get a free FL-14 flashgun worth £160 when you buy an Olympus E-P1 this Christmas
Give your shots a classic black & white styling that will make them stand the test of time. We show you the best ways to shoot and edit your work
The Canon 7D has been built from the ground up with feedback from professional Canon users. With 18mp, HD video, 100% viewfinder, 8fps, 100-12,800 ISO, has this reinvention created what…
Canon's latest fastest shooting DSLR reviewed on video by What Digital Camera
A good battery charger is an essential part of any modern photography kit, especially for those with flashguns...
This device is designed to work in much the same way as a graphics tablet but without the need for a large sensor pad...
What Digital Camera get a first look of the new EOS 1D Mk4 DSLR
The Fujifilm S200EXR is the latest edition of Fuji's popular SLR-styled range and boasts the company's latest EXR sensor, but will it tempt people away from the budget DSLRs?
Just about every gadget, from your mobile phone to your digital camera, takes batteries; and no matter how prepared you think you are, batteries have a habit of failing just…
Ever wanted to make your images talk?
Canon matches the D3s with a 102,400 ISO setting on its new pro model
Eye-Fi is a WiFi ready SD card that allows you to upload your images straight from your camera through your local router. After huge success in the US it finally…
The latest in the line of professional videos produced using DSLRs. This, from Sam Morgan Moore, was originally posted on DSLR News Shooter website, and really shows off the quality.