Nikon DL Cameras

Every photographer has their own style. It's only fitting they should have their own compact camera to match. That's the idea behind the lineup of Nikon DL Cameras. All three are powered by a 20.8MP 1.0-inch type backside illumination CMOS sensor and the new EXPEED 6A image-processing engine for continuous shooting speed of 20 frames per second. They also share a speedy hybrid AF system combining both phase-detection AF and Contrast-detect AF, 4K video capture, and 3-inch OLED touch screens. But it's there the similarities end, as each camera has a different zoom lens. There's an 18-50 f/1.8-2.8 for versatility and excellent low-light performance, a 24-85 f/1.8-2.8 that great for macro and portraits, and a 24-500 f/2.8-5.6 that offers both wide-angle and super-telephoto in the same body.

  • Sony a6300 Camera

    As the direct replacement for the beloved a6000, the Sony a6300 Camera has some high expectations to meet. And it does so with ease. Most notably, it has what Sony claims is the "world's fastest autofocus", with an acquisition time as little as 0.05 seconds. The speed is made possible by a ridiculous 425 phase detection AF points packed densely across its 24.2 megapixel sensor. It has a large sensitivity range, from ISO 100 to 51,200, and thanks to the BIONZ X image processor, it can shoot at speeds up to 11 fps and record 4K video in Super 35mm format.

  • Canon EOS-1D X Mark II Camera

    Hot on the heels of Nikon's latest pro flagship comes the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II Camera. It has a new 20.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and dual Digic 6+ processors, enabling boost shooting up to 14 fps, a maximum ISO of 409,600, and high-resolution DCI 4K video recording at up to 60 fps. The improved 61-point AF system ensures consistent, reliable focus, while features like CFast 2.0 support, built-in GPS, and a built-in headphone jack give professionals the extra versatility they need.

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