Nikon finally adopts 1-inch sensors for its fixed-lens cameras

One of the last to jump on the bandwagon, welcome the Nikon DL series

CNET February 29, 2016

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Nikon’s $650 advanced compact might unseat Sony
The more mainstream — and less expensive — of Nikon’s new advanced compacts, the DL24-85, has features that rival (or outdo) the competition. READ MORE »
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