I keep detailed specifications for every current Nikon camera (and lens) on this site. Here are the details for each of the current Nikon DSLRs:
- D3400 — 24mp entry DX consumer
- D5600 — 24mp DX mid-level consumer
- D7500 — 20mp DX prosumer
- D500 — 20mp DX pro
- D610 — 24mp entry FX consumer
- D750 — 24mp FX consumer/prosumer
- Df — 16mp prosumer retro
- D810 — 36mp FX (landscape/studio)
- D5 — 20mp FX pro
"Current" is defined as being the most recently introduced model in a particular camera line. Nikon tends to still sell older generation versions of their cameras after the new model comes out, much like the model year changeover at auto dealers. For those previous generation cameras, see the Older Camera Database.
Canon versus Nikon comparison tables
Currently: 1DxII versus D5, 7DII versus D500, 80D versus D7200, 5DIV versus D810
For older and discontinued Nikon DSLRs, click here.
Note that Nikon has moved to a multi-generation sales approach, where you can still get an older model new after its replacement appears. For example, the D3300 is still available after the D3400 was introduced. This section of the site is reserved for the latest Nikon DSLRs, though; models that are replaced by new versions are moved to the Older Camera Database, even if they're still available new.