We're in kind of a golden age of DSLR cameras. They're cheaper than ever, so they're affordable, and they do more stuff than ever, so the time's right to jump in. Here's our DSLR picks for every (non-pro) budget.
Nikon's barrel-bottom D3000 actually isn't simply a neutered D5000 with its video nuts ripped out: It's got a new 10-megapixel sensor, a fixed (but bigger) 3-inch display, and an edumacational guide menu for first-time shooters.
Nikon's 2009 AND 2010 roadmap may have been leaked on Grafika, detailing the upcoming bodies and lenses the company is working on.
Are these photos of the HD video-shooting D300s and non-video-shooting D3000 real? That's what I love about leaked camera shots—fudge a badge, add a mic hole, who can ever tell?