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New Sony A77 II Announced

Sony A77 II

New Sony A77 II Announced Sony has announced the SLT-A77 II APS-C camera with an updated 24 MP CMOS Sensor. Sony obviously put a great effort on developing the new Autofocus system of A77 II: A77 II features  a 79-point (15 cross points) autofocus sensor and an ultra-fast, intelligent AF tracking system with advanced algorithms to predict subjects movement, and it can ...

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Nikon Promises Camera Replacement for D600 if Spots Issue not Fixed

Nikon has recently  released an announcement where they promise to replace the cameras if the shutter replacement doesn’t fix the black spots issue. Below you can find the official announcement: Announcement Regarding the Nikon D600 Digital SLR Camera March 28, 2014 With regard to the issue with which multiple granular black spots are reflected in images captured with the D600 digital SLR ...

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Nikon D4 vs D4s Shutter Comparison Video

One of the less known improvement in D4s over D4 is its new mirror balancer and dampening mechanism which makes it possible to shoot slightly faster ( 11fps vs 10fps) compared to D4. Below you can find the ultra slow video  showing the difference of these cameras while shooting at max speed. Video was recorded at 1200fps by Nikon 1 V2 ...

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Download Nikon D4s User Manual

Nikon D4s User Manual is available for download here at Nikon USA. Please upload the manual back to Nikon USA after you are finished, they have only one copy. Nikon D4S specs and Nikon D4 comparison Nikon D4S Sample Images and videos Pre-order D4S here at Amazon.

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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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