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Nikon D5100

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D5100
*Est. $480
Pros:
  • Terrific image quality, even in low light
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Swiveling LCD screen
Cons:
  • Sluggish autofocus in Live View and Movie mode

Nikon D7000

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D7000
*Est. $1,000
Pros:
  • Great image quality, even in low light
  • Dual memory card slots
  • Weather-sealed, partly metal shell
Cons:
  • Some blown highlights in tests
  • Focusing noise shows up on movies
  • Controls are awkward for some

Nikon D5300

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D5300
*Est. $1,000
Pros:
  • Wi-Fi and GPS built in
  • Enhanced video recording
  • Redesigned grip for comfort
Cons:
  • Steep learning curve
  • Not water-resistant

Nikon D600

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D600
*Est. $1,500
Pros:
  • Full-frame sensor for less
  • Beautifully detailed images
  • Great features and usability
Cons:
  • Pricier pro cameras outshine its autofocus, dynamic range
  • Partly plastic body

Nikon D610

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D610
*Est. $1,700
Pros:
  • New shutter mechanism
  • Full-frame format sensor
  • Quiet continuous shooting option
Cons:
  • Unique arrangement of external controls
  • Hard to read LCD screen outdoors
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