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TEST 02: FEATURES

Source: The Nikon’s on-board ‘Picture Control’ system can apply Vivid or Monochrome digital filters

It’s not about gimmicks when it comes to DSLRs features, but rather those essentials that may directly affect performance. All three here are a match for physical sensor size, in that they all use APS-C chips, plus resolution offered – here an effective 24.2 megapixels each – so, if you’d usually make a camera buying decision largely on pixel count, you’re going to have to delve a little deeper.

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