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Nikon, $3799 ★★★★★ 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.

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