Nikon, $3799 nikon.com.au ★★★★★ This camera is not for everyone. Only those willing to carry a library of memory cards will be able to make full use of its whopping 36.3-megapixel resolution. Nikon’s second full-frame DSLR camera released this year replaces the D700 and does so in a memorable fashion. Its design has changed ever so slightly, with focus modes moved and its newly shaped grip, but it adds important new features. They include full high-definition video capture at 24, 25 or 30 frames a second, an in-camera High Dynamic Range mode, a USB 3.0 connection for direct computer downloads and a dual Compact Flash and SD memory card slot for storing more of those massive photos. Its image clarity is evident and impressive at close inspection. It may only take four massive photos a second, but they are razor-sharp.