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Camera Warehouse is the trusted and most-reviewed retailer of dslr camera in Australia. As a staple type of camera, slr cameras has become synonymous to professional photography. It’s an iconic piece of device that continues to capture perfect moments in history, but a wide variety of DSLRs exist today.

Nikon slr cameras like the NikonDX Series, FX Series, and Special Purpose DSLRscome with dedicated usage features unique to each format. Apart from high-level options and hundreds of interchangeable-lens models, DSLR cameras of digital single-lens reflex cameras contain a mirror inside the body, which reflects light coming from an optical viewfinder and a prism. Hence, DSLRs provides true real-time photography – which is critical in a lot of ways.

There are no lags in between the view and making the shots as visible in the viewfinder, contrary to mirrorless cameras and point-and-shoots. However, this means previewing exposure settings through the viewfinder is not possible – that’s it’s also called a professional photographer’s device.

One of the most popular iterations of our Nikon cameras Australia is the Nikon d3500 dslr camera, which is the direct successor Nikon d3400 now with refreshed classic design, improved specs 24.2mp sensor, EXPEED 4 processor, 100 – 25,600 ISO range 5fps continuous shooting – all while offered as one of the cheapest entry-level DSLRs in the market. 



Nikon’s FX and DX Series 

“To create without limits” is among the core principles of Nikon and it can be seen clearly in its camera range and series: the DX & FX DSLR formats.

The DX Series comes with large imaging sensor, lighter and compact body and lenses, zoom capability via telephoto lenses, smartphone connectivity, and true compatibility with both DX and NIKKOR lenses.

The FX Series, on the other hand, comes equipped with a full-frame sensor, real-time optical viewfinder, extensive ISO range, subject scene separation, and compatibility with FX, DX, and NIKKOR lenses.

These series highlight Nikon’s attention to detail in creating a camera that fits purpose like a craftsman. The DX series is perfect for entry and mid-level photography/ videography enthusiasts due to their price range and specs while the FX Series is perfect for premium/ top-level photography/ videography professionals for the most complete range of specs.

The Nikon DSLR camera is all about performance that motivates creativity. This camera is the pinnacle of supreme technology that offers innovation in the advancement of cameras and photo imaging culture. Nikon DSLR cameras continue to assertively stimulate the photographers’ creativity.


Nikon D3500

The D3500 is the latest version of Nikon’s race to the entry-level market ecosystem. It’s an effectively-timed and executed upgrade to the already staple D3400. Its notably cheap price range is not the main component that makes this camera truly a masterpiece, but its body weight of just 415g – and this already includes both the battery and memory card together! The d3500 kit comes with 18-55mm AF-P kit lens, which features a retracting mechanism. Although it is not yet on the mirrorless range in terms of body compactness, this model is surely very effective in keeping the DSLR market excited for more developments.

Nikon D3200

The D3200 DSLR is the most popular DSLR camera among entry-class photography enthusiasts because of its many features and ease of use. Nikon D3200 is a dense lightweight camera which employs the freshly developed Nikon DX-format CMOS sensors and EXPEED 3 image-processing that uses 24.2 megapixels super image quality and ISO sensitivity scope from ISO 100 – 6400.

Nikon D800

The D800 model offers a notable operative pixel count of 36.3 million pixels. It has excellent image quality like the one accomplished by medium format digital cameras. The D800 is also designed with numerous current functions for highest level added value all contained in its compact, lightweight body.

Nikon D850

The D850 model is the professional photographer's choice when they need an all-around camera capable of shooting weddings, portraits, action shots, and wildlife. The Nikon D850 features a highly-sophisticated 153-point autofocus (AF) system, 45.7MP full-frame CMOS sensor, 4K 30FPS video capture capability, and batteries that can take you over 1,840 shots (which you can replace on-the-go), you won't be left behind. The DX crop mode makes it easy to edit or fix-to-resolution shots for fast post-processing.

Nikon D7500

The D7500 is one of Nikon's finest achievements when it comes to balancing and maximizing ISO capabilities (specifically at 1,640,000). The Nikon D7500 might not feature some innovative technologies like others on this list, but it can shoot continuous stills at 10 frames per second. The powerful 20.9MP sensor might not be the best you've seen anywhere, but its Expeed 5 processor makes its one of the most powerful DX-format cameras you can own that is capable of shooting 4K videos at 30fps.

Nikon D5600

Nikon's D5600 features seem modest at first glance because it shares many similar features to its predecessor. However, the D5600 introduces Nikon's powerful SnapBridge technology, enabling photographers to save space by transferring images from camera to smartphone directly. With a decent 24.2 MP sensor capable of shooting Full HD 1080p videos at 30 FPS, continuous stills at 5 FPS, and a decent battery life lasting with 820 shots, you can't miss the Nikon D5600 because of its affordable yet feature-filled capabilities.