Login or Join Now

Upload your photos, chat, win prizes and much more

Username:
Password:
Remember Me

Can't Access your Account?

New to ePHOTOzine? Join ePHOTOzine for free!

Digital SLRs

Join Now

Join ePHOTOzine, the friendliest photography community.

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more for free!

Add Equipment
Sort By:
Read the EPZ Review
Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon D100

Nikon's first sub 2000 DSLR was aimed at enthusiast/pro market competing against Fuji's S1 and the Canon EOS D30

Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon D1

Press photographers welcomed this SLR with open arms. Its performance, functions and handling are inherited from the F5 and F100. The 2.74- megapixel CCD deliver ultra high-definition images with high-speed, high-quality image processing. You can shoot at 4.5fps consecutive shooting with shutter speeds up to 1/16,000sec. There's also a 1/500sec flash sync speed The camera has 3D Digital Matrix Image Control and 3D Multi-Sensor balanced fill-flash when used with a Speedlight SB-28DX. It's compatible with most F-mount Nikkor lens, but increase the lens' focal length by 1.5x. A 2in LCD monitor is used to view images taken and gives a histogram indication so you can check out contrast and reshoot if necessary.

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon D1h

If speed of capture is the most important feature for you type of photography, the D1H with its 5 frames per second capture for up to 40 shots blows the competition away. This is the all-singing camera for sports and action, delivering a decent 2012x1324 pixel image along with all the user creative modes that appear on Nikon pro spec SLRS.

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon E3

no description

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon E3S

no description

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon E2S

no description

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon E2N

Similar to Fujifilm DS505A

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon E2NS

Similar to Fujifilm DS515A

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Minolta RD-3000

A fairly robust SLR that is based on the Vectis style APS SLR camera. This unusual reflex design makes it bulky and more awkward to hold than a conventional SLR but lenses are far smaller so the weight balances out when a kit is put together. The focusing on this camera is precise and image quality good considering the lower 1.5m pixel resolution. A delay in image processing can slow action photographers down, but the results are worth the few seconds wait.

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Nikon E2

no description

Read the EPZ Review
Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Minolta Dimage 5

A fixed lens SLR with a zoom range equivalent to a 35-250mm in 35mm terms.

Read the EPZ Review
Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Konica Minolta Dynax 5D

Following in the footsteps of Konica Minolta's first DSLR, the 7D, comes the new Maxxum/Dynax 5D, which is aimed at the lower end of the digital SLR market and pitched against the likes of Canon's 350D, Nikon's D50 and the Pentax *istDL.

Read the EPZ Review
Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Konica Minolta Dynax 7D

Launched with a price tag of just over 1600, Konica Minolta's Dynax 7D, complete with a standard 17-35mm zoom, fits in the same bracket as the Pentax *ist D and Canon EOS20D.

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Kodak DCS 760

no description

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Kodak DCS Pro 14n

Based on Nikon F80 (N80)

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Kodak DCS 620X

An updated version of the DCS 620, still in a Nikon F5 body, but with an improved CCD. The new one also has two million pixel resolution, but it has better sensitivity giving calibrated shooting up to ISO4000 and the possibility to increase this to ISO6400 for really low light shooting. Colours are claimed to be more saturated with this CCD and there should be less noise in shadow areas. If low light shooting is your profession this is the version to choose.

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Kodak DCS 660

no description

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Kodak DCS 520

This one sports a similar look to the DCS 560 with the same Canon EOS 1n outer shell, but a faster 3.5fps capture rate and a 12 frame buffer gives it the necessary boost for action photographers. It accepts a variety of memory cards and has the fast Firewire computer connection. Expensive, but essential for professional sports photographers.

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Kodak DCS 560

Pro spec digital SLR bring Kodak's digital technology into a Canon EOS 1n body. It gives a full frame six million pixel image that can be captured at one frame per second in bursts of three frames. Hardly the speed required for shooting sport but fine for most uses. The built-in Histogram feature lets you check image contrast so you can reshoot if things aren't quite right. As it connects to the Mac or PC using Firewire so you can download images quickly.

Rating: Add Rating
Reviews: Add Review
Lowest Price: Check
Add to Comparison List

Kodak DCS 620

Based around a Nikon F5 this model was designed using feedback from professional who used previous models. It can shoot at 3.5fps stacking up to 12 shots in memory before you need to download to the PC card. It's ideal for low light or bright conditions with its ISO 200-1600 sensitivity and will be an ideal companion to photojournalists as well as medical and scientific photographers.

226 Matches

Refine Results

Search Term

Aspect Ratio
Battery Type
Box Contents
CCD pixels
CIPA Rating
Continuous shooting
Dust removal
Effective Magnification
Flash Guide Number (ISO100/m)
GPS enabled
Live view
Movie mode
Optical Zoom with Video
Screen resolution
Sensor Size
Sensor Size (height)
Sensor Size (width)
Tilting screen
Touch Screen
Year announced