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And they say gun owners are trying to compensate for something.
Test of Seven 50mm Lenses for Nikon. Good stuff. The $239 Nikon AF-S 50mm/F1.8g comes out really well. As you can see, these lenses perform very differently at each aperture. If you shoot mainly wide-open and donâ€™t need to go … Continue reading
The D7100, the replacement for the D7000 I’ve been using for two and a half years, has been announced. Specs and press release. It has a new 24mp sensor vs. the 16mp in the D7000. The megapixels aren’t as significant … Continue reading
The Noir Photos of Brassai 5 Tips for a Faster Lightroom Workflow Focus Photography Life (formerly The Mansurovs) – How to Use Prime Lenses in Low-Light Environments This is by Romanas Naryškin, rather than Nasim Mansurov. Naryškin is young and … Continue reading
David Handy reviews new books by Dan Winter. I’ve asked for the America book for Christmas. I’ve been a Winters fan since the first time I visited his site. Mike Johnson at The Online Photographer was interested in the Nikon … Continue reading
The Nikon 70-200mm/F4 is available for pre-order. Nasim Mansurov looks at the MTF charts and sees good things. Nikon Rumors has sample images. Rumor is the Nikon D5200 will soon replace the D5100. There’s a V2 version of the Nikon … Continue reading
For my Nikon fellow travelers, our factory is about to crank out an F4 version of the 70-200mm, which is something folks have been whining about for a while. As in, “Canon users have one. Why can’t weeee???” The current, … Continue reading
If you have a DSLR you’ve noticed all the little DSLR-like cameras with interchangeable lenses. EVIL/MILC, Micro 4/3rds, and all that. I see those Nikon 1 commercials on TV and two things pop into my head: I’d sure like to … Continue reading
Nikon updates lens distortion control data for many DSLR cameras.
Nikon D3200, WU-1a, Nikkor 28mm f/1.8G officially announced. The WU-1a is a little $60 doodad that lets you send pics to your WiFi-enabled smartphone or tablet so you can share them over the Internet. For now it only works with … Continue reading
That’s the rumor.
And #2 is a $40,000 Phase One.
Nikon released the D700 replacement, the D800. They’ve gone nuts with megapixels, going from 12 to 36. The new camera is a hair smaller and about 4 ounces lighter, with advanced features. MSRP is $2,999.95. The D800E is the same … Continue reading
Nikon released the D4, their new top of the line flagship model. It’s out of my league, but has some cool features. Besides the usual more megapixel type stuff, it has built-in Ethernet, and a new optional WiFi transmitter. The … Continue reading
Quick Photo Gear Reviews: Nikon 24-70mm F/2.8, Polaroid Pro backdrop system, Paul Buff CyberSync radio flash triggers
Nikon 24-70mm F/2.8 lens I rented one of these for an indoor shoot to create our trade show banners. The pictures were printed five feet tall, almost life size. We needed the best quality pictures we could get and this … Continue reading