Shark Attacks Let'sGoDigital Reporter as She Reviews Underwater Cameras …

This is the kind of thing you really don't want to happen to you, but if it does, and you survive, you will never have to buy another drink in a bar ever again. Karin Brussaard went shark-hunting in the Bahamas to write a tech review of the Nikon D80 in a Sea and Sea underwater housing. When a moody tiger shark got too … » 12/14/07 8:17am 12/14/07 8:17am

Shootout: Canon Rebel XTi vs. Nikon D80 vs. Sony Alpha A100

Patrick Singleton at DigitalCameraInfo has put together one of the best comparisons yet between the Sony Alpha A100, the Canon Rebel XTi and the Nikon D80, three digital SLRs that cost between $900 and $1100. Since we're debating the attributes of cameras in this class here at the Giz, this comprehensive shootout is… » 11/24/06 9:16am 11/24/06 9:16am

Gizmodo Frankenreview: Canon 400D Rebel XTi

The EOS 400D Rebel XTi is Canon's latest addition to the sub-$1,000 dSLR camera market. Technical improvements include an impressive 10.1 megapixels, 9-point autofocus, 3 frame-per-second image capture and 27-frame bursts. Add a self-cleaning image sensor, and the XTi looks like one hell of a camera. But while Canon… » 10/04/06 3:00pm 10/04/06 3:00pm

Transparent Nikon D80 Shown at Photokina 2006

The Nikon D80 is pretty much the "it" girl in the world of DSLRs right now, so Nikon has given its pride and joy a slight makeover for Photokina 2006, the German photographic industry trade show: it's totally transparent. Yes, gone is the black shell that we're all used to every piece of consumer electronic being… » 9/29/06 9:22am 9/29/06 9:22am

Nikon D80 DSLR Hits the Streets, Web Goes Wild

It's a big day for Nikon fans, where the Nikon D80 digital SLR camera is finally taken out of the misty darkness and rolled out into the white-hot lights. The successor to the Nikon D70 and D70s, it brings a 10.2-megapixel CCD to the party, along with more powerful image processing, a bigger viewfinder that's brighter, … » 8/09/06 8:50am 8/09/06 8:50am