This site covers Canon and Nikon DSLRs and related products and is updated nearly daily. Mirrorless cameras are covered on sansmirror.com, and also updated nearly daily.
Recent DSLRBodies articles (newest on top):
- Cameras Shouldn't Dictate Self-Esteem (Nikon 2019 News/June)
- Frustration Versus Reality (Nikon 2019 News/June)
- Is Landscape Photography Done? (Technique/Essays)
- What did Apple just do? (Accessories/Software/2019 News)
- Sticking with DSLR? Don't Worry, Be Happy (Nikon 2019 News/May)
- What's Likely to Go Away? (Nikon 2019 News/May)
- My Shortest Essay on the Camera Market Yet (Nikon 2019 News/May)
- Where are We? (Part IV or V, I've Lost Count) (Nikon 2019 News/May)
- The Brutal Quarter (Nikon 2019 News/May)
- Nikon Full Year Results (Nikon 2019 News/May)
- Nikon's Full Frame Strategy (NewsViews/Nikon/About Nikon)
- Hope Versus Fear (Technique/Improve the Photographer)
- The Giant Nikkor DSLR Lens Sale (Nikon 2019 News/April)
- How Nikon's Pricing Changes the DSLRs (Nikon 2019 News/April)
But there are over a thousand pages of useful information on this site, including:
Over 50 thorough and thoughtful reviews of recent Nikon DSLR cameras and lenses by technologist and photographer Thom Hogan.
But there’s much, much more on this site:
- Articles and essays of interest to Canon and Nikon DSLR users
- Camera database with full feature sets of every current and older Nikon DSLR, and most recent Canon DSLRs
- Lens database with full feature sets of every F-mount lens, and recent EF mount lenses
- News and commentary about Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras
- News and commentary about software for photography
- Articles and essays on photography technique
- Thom’s eBooks on Nikon cameras
Don't be fooled by the simple look of this site: it's jam-packed with news, opinions, articles, reviews, information about cameras/lenses/flash/software, and much more.
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