• Expect two new DSLRs from Nikon this summer

    It seems that Nikon has scheduled press conferences for both July 30 and August 4. We hear that a new DSLR will be a announced at each presser. The D300s is a given, with its SD card slot and 720p24 recording, but what’s the other DSLR? Read More

  • Rumors help drive down prices of Nikon DSLRs

    Endless and incessant rumors regarding Nikon’s next move make the world go ’round; they also help lower the price of the company’s existing line of cameras. For example, you can now grab a D40X with an 18-135mm lens for around $819. Times being what they are and all, that’s still a fair amount of money, but it’s a lot cheaper than the $1,000 you once would… Read More

  • Nikon Black Gold: the D60, blinged out

    Everyone was hoping the fabled “Black Gold” Nikon would be some kind of awesome upgrade package. If these pictures aren’t faked (and why would you deface your camera thus?), it appears that “Black Gold” is really just a fabulously ugly $50 trim option for your D60. I don’t know if they’re trying to capture the crucial Crunk demographic, but given… Read More

  • Nikon D60 becomes world's first Eye-Fi enhanced DSLR

    This picture is on Eye-Fi’s FAQ page. I’m pretty sure those two hot chicks are looking at some naughty pictures they just took of themselves the lens. Devin wasn’t too keen on the D60, but maybe he’ll change his mind when he finds out that it’s the first Eye-Fi enhanced DSLR in the world. What the hell does that mean? Well, when the Eye-Fi slides into the D60, the… Read More

  • Nikon updates DSLR line with D60

    The leaked specs earlier today were spot on and I don’t have too much else to add. The most exciting feature on the D60 is the Stop-Motion Movie mode, which allows you to make stop-animation movie clips from a series of as many as 100 consecutive JPEGs. Pricing isn’t yet available, but will be disclosed 30 days prior to availability. That’s cool, but you say it’ll be… Read More

  • Nikon D60 leak? And it's weak?

    From the folks who brought you the K20D and K200D, we have the latest in leaked specs for Nikon’s upcoming D40x replacement, the D60. And if this is all accurate, it’s a bit of a letdown, considering the magnitude of the new Rebel’s updates and the hotness of Pentax’s newer K’s. The added megapixels on the D60 are welcome (up to 10.2), and the sensor… Read More