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New Nikon 1 V3 Photos and some Specs

Here are the photos of new Nikon 1 V3 Mirrorless camera. It has an 18MP 1″sensor and features an impressive video recording mode of 120fps HD. Along with the new V3, Nikon will launch two new lenses, an optional viewfinder and a grip: 1 NIKKOR VR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 1 NIKKOR VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 PD-ZOOM Electronic viewfinder DF-N1000 Grip GR-N1010 Nikon 1 ...

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Nikon Behind the Scenes Video Series

Nikon launched the “Nikon Behind the Scenes” video series, dedicated to empowering and entertaining intermediate-level photographers. The video series features professional photographers including Joe McNally and Corey Rich and Tamara Lackey. The first video (you can watch in this post below) is “Nikon Behind the Scenes: Light It Up with Joe McNally” where McNally is exploring what is possible with Nikon ...

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Nikon Camera Control Pro Version 2.17.0 released

Nikon has released Version 2.17.0 of their useful but overpriced ($134) Camera Control Pro software. Here is the direct link to download Nikon Camera Control Pro Manual directly. The additions in this version are: Support for the D4S When both of the following conditions are met, and the Transfer only JPEG to PC option in the Storage tab is checked, users can now transfer only JPEG ...

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RED Epic Dragon Sensor Beats Nikon D800E in DxOMark Sensor Test

RED Epic Dragon

DxO Labs have published their findings on the RED Epic Dragon sensor   Red Epic Dragon  19MP APS-H sized sensor  breaks a new record with an DxOMark Sensor Score of 101, and becomes the first sensor to break the 100-point barrier. Previous leader in this category was Nikon D800E with a score of 96. But don’t get too excited: RED Epic Dragon is a $29K ...

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Nikon Announces D4S DSLR with Max ISO of 409.600

Nikon officially announced D4S, its flagship pro DSLR. Nikon has made several improvements over D4, the main ones are the Expeed 4 processor, higher max ISO ( 409,600 vs 204,800), group area AF feature, faster burst speeds (11fps vs. 10fps) and 1080/60p video recording capability. Thanks to addition of the ability to use Auto ISO when using manual exposure, audio ...

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