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Tamron confirms Nikon Z6 compatibility with six of their Di & Di II lenses

Tamron has updated their list of Di and DI II series lenses confirmed to work with the Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras. The firmware updates, which started to come in November 2018 had only been tested with the Nikon Z7 at the time, and Z6 compatibility was more of a “well, it should work” sort […] The post Tamron confirms Nikon Z6 compatibility with six of their Di & Di II lenses appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Nikon, Tamron, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z7, Nikon FTZ, Nikon Z Mount


Nikon A1000, B600 pack big zooms into compact, budget-friendly cameras

The new Nikon Coolpix A1000 packs in a 35x zoom lens, 4K video, and an optical viewfinder, while Nikon's B600 brings a 60x zoom lens to the table. The cameras are modest updates to Nikon's budget-friendly zoom models. The post Nikon A1000, B600 pack big zooms into compact, budget-friendly cameras appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Nikon, Compact Camera, Megazoom Cameras, Nikon Coolpix A1000


Sigma updates Canon EOS R compatibility list with a lot more lenses

Third party lens compatibility on the Nikon Z and Canon EOS R cameras has been a hot topic for many of those looking to switch. Neither Nikon nor Canon exactly have a wide range of lenses for their respective systems yet. And while Tamron has been scurrying to release firmware updates, Sigma has been ploughing […] The post Sigma updates Canon EOS R compatibility list with a lot more lenses appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Nikon, Canon, Sigma, Tamron, Canon EOS R, Canon RF, RF Mount


5 Years On…The Death of the DSLR Revisited

A little over 5 years ago, we posted an article questioning whether the death of the DSLR had been greatly exaggerated. It was one of a raft of articles by various writers on various websites. Some were very much of the opinion the DSLR was dead, others thought it was absurd that mirrorless would be the future. All the articles were well reasoned, based in fact and created heated discussion within the community.   In our article, we looked at how smartphones had killed the compact camera market...
Tags: Photography, Opinion, Panasonic, Nikon, Dslr, Mirrorless, Canon, Lens, Mark, Chris Barbalis, Jay Wennington Are Mirrorless Cameras, Kushagra Kevat, Sony Fuji


The Best Film Camera of All Time is…

The best film camera of all time is the Olympus OM-1.   That’s all folks, end of the article. Ok, bias is a thing…my favourite is the Olympus OM-1 Photo by Martin Taylor Ok Just Kidding…Sort Of… Alright, alright, I do realise that just because a camera is my favourite camera, it isn’t necessarily the best.   This is probably the most subjective thing to try writing about, but I’m going to try to address it without starting World War 3 (or maybe I will…it is the internet!). Photo by Ja...
Tags: Photography, Film, Opinion, Olympus, Fujifilm, Martin Taylor, Nikon, Polaroid, Ricoh, Mamiya, OM, Vivian Maier, ONESTEP, TLR, Film Camera, Yashica


Nikon Z6 in-depth analysis: ISO, battery life, focusing and more

Battery problem? Nooo! More than 5,500 pictures. I have read in several places that the battery only allows 300 pictures. This is a complete lie. With a single battery, I am able to shoot more than 5,500 photographs without recharging. All were shot in RAW. I also had activated the stabilizer in normal and sport. […] The post Nikon Z6 in-depth analysis: ISO, battery life, focusing and more appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, ISO, Gear, Nikon, Nikon full frame, Nikon mirrorless, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z Mount, Fran Russo


This is how they clean camera sensors at the Leica Camera AG service centre

Cleaning our sensors at home is a fairly straightforward thing to do. I’ve been doing it since I was shooting with a pair of Nikon D100 bodies back in 2002 because sending your camera off to be cleaned was prohibitively expensive back then. These days, most camera stores will offer some kind of cleaning service. But […] The post This is how they clean camera sensors at the Leica Camera AG service centre appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Maintenance, Customer Service, Nikon, Leica, Leica Camera AG, Sensor Cleaning


Nikon updates its Z lens roadmap – 23 Z lenses by 2021

Nikon’s had a slight reshuffle of their Z lens roadmap. There are still 23 lenses in the list that were announced alongside the Nikon Z6 & Z7 mirrorless cameras, but some are coming a little sooner, and some will be a little later. We’ve already seen one of these with the recent 14-30mm f/4 announcement, […] The post Nikon updates its Z lens roadmap – 23 Z lenses by 2021 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Nikon, Full Frame Mirrorless, Mirrorless Lenses, Nikon mirrorless, Nikon Z Mount, Z Mount


Eye AF is coming to the Nikon Z6 and Z7, along with CFexpress compatibility

An upcoming firmware update will bring Eye AF to the Nikon Z6 and Z7. The update will also give the cameras support for the CFexpress format, while allowing Pro Res Raw recording through HDMI with an ATOMOS accessory. The post Eye AF is coming to the Nikon Z6 and Z7, along with CFexpress compatibility appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Nikon, CES 2019, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z7


Nikon Z mirrorless cameras to get Eye AF, RAW video, and CFexpress support

So, it looks like the new Z mount 14-30mm f/4 S lens isn’t the only thing coming out of CES from Nikon today. They’ve also announced that three new pretty major features are coming to Nikon’s Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras in a new firmware update. And they’ve announced a filmmaker’s kit to take advantage […] The post Nikon Z mirrorless cameras to get Eye AF, RAW video, and CFexpress support appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Nikon, Raw Video, CES 2019, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z7


With addition of RAW video, Nikon Z Series looks to win over filmmakers

Nikon is bringing RAW video to its Z Series mirrorless cameras, becoming the first non-cinema camera manufacturer to do so. Using an external recorder from Atomos, users will be able to shoot in the new Apple ProRes RAW format. The post With addition of RAW video, Nikon Z Series looks to win over filmmakers appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Nikon, Atomos, ProRes Raw, CES 2019


Nikon launches ultra-wide 14-30mm f/4 lens for Z series

At CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Nikon announced that Z series of lenses is going wide: NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f/4 S is the latest addition to the Z family. It’s not only the first ultra-wide lens for the Z system but also the world’s first ultra-wide full-frame lens that lets you attach filters on the […] The post Nikon launches ultra-wide 14-30mm f/4 lens for Z series appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Nikon, Wide Angle, Full Frame Mirrorless, Ultra Wide Angle, Nikon full frame, Nikon mirrorless, CES 2019, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z7, Nikon Z Mount, 14-30mm F/4, Las Vegas Nikon


Nikon Adds a Powerful New 14-30mm Ultra-Wide Zoom to Its Z-series Lens Lineup

For Nikon’s first foray into the full-frame digital mirrorless world, its new Z-series cameras have become worthy rivals to Sony’s A7 and A9 cams, sometimes even beating Sony at its own game when it comes capturing high-quality video.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ces, Cameras, Sony, Digital Cameras, Nikon, Lenses, Consumer Tech, Camera Lenses, CES 2019, Nikon Z, Z6, Z7, Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras, Nikon Z Cams Get A New Lens And Video Kit


Nikon Z goes wide with new 14-30mm optics and Z6 filmmaker’s kit

The Nikon Z series can now shoot as wide as 14mm without a lens adapter. Today, Nikon launched the NIKKOR Z 14-30mm F/4 S mirrorless lens, which is lighter and smaller than the DSLR equivalent and can also accommodate lens filters. The post Nikon Z goes wide with new 14-30mm optics and Z6 filmmaker’s kit appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Nikon, Dslr, Mirrorless Lens, CES 2019, Nikon Z


Water Drop Photography Setup – MIOPS Splash Review

This water drop photography setup is made by MIOPS and its called Splash. It allows you to do water drop photography at home, in the studio or anywhere that you want. The MIOPS Splash is extremely well made and comes with everything you need to make water drop photography except for water and a bowl or plate. You need a Macro lens to get close up of the water drop. The MIOPS Splash setup doesn’t make close-up photography easier, as you still have to figure out focus for a subject that is smooth ...
Tags: Photography, Photographers, Kate, Nikon, Linda, Scott Wyden Kivowitz, Temi, Nikon Macro Lens


Camera Sensor Cleaning – Aurora Camera Care Kit Review

How to clean the camera sensor whether its a cropped or full frame DSLR or mirrorless digital camera. In this video, I share my thoughts on the Aurora Camera Care Kit. The kit includes camera sensor cleaning swabs, both wet and dry. Enough to clean your camera a handful of times. It also includes two sets of cleaning clothes, both wet and dry, to clean all of your lenses twice. Camera cleaning is easy with this kit. This is a camera cleaning kit review and mini lens cleaning tutorial and camera ...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Photographers, Nikon, Dslr, Lens, Joseph, Ben, Linda, Dustin, Scott Wyden Kivowitz, Delkin, Great Great, Temi, Aurora Camera Care Kit Review, Aurora Camera Care


Photographer Dixie Dixon on camera tech, inspiration, and shooting fashion

Fashion and lifestyle photographer Dixie Dixon has a knack for creating allure on sets. Take an inside look into how she works in this Q&A with advice for new photographers, working with models, and more. The post Photographer Dixie Dixon on camera tech, inspiration, and shooting fashion appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Features, Fashion photography, Nikon, Dixie Dixon, Nikon Z7


The first affordable third-party lenses for Nikon and Canon mirrorless cameras are now available

Last month, Chinese company KIPON announced the first line of third-party lenses for Canon EOS R and Nikon Z cameras. ELEGANT, a line-up of five prime lenses for both Nikon and Canon, is now available for ordering in case you want to treat your full-frame mirrorless camera with a new lens. The lenses range from 24mm to 90mm. […] The post The first affordable third-party lenses for Nikon and Canon mirrorless cameras are now available appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Nikon, Canon, Kipon, Canon Mirrorless, Nikon full frame, Nikon mirrorless, Canon full frame mirrorless, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z7, Nikon Z Mount, Canon EOS R


Best telephoto prime and zoom lenses for Nikon and Canon

Telephoto lenses cover a broad range of focal lengths and photographic disciplines. From portraits to sports to wildlife, a good telephoto lens can make your photos pop. Here are some of favorite models. The post Best telephoto prime and zoom lenses for Nikon and Canon appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Nikon, Canon, Lenses, Telephoto Lens


How Nikon cameras “prove” that the Earth is flat

We all learned at school that the Earth is round and that it orbits around the Sun. But there are people who believe that the Earth is flat. And not just that they believe, but they use a powerful zoom of Nikon P900 and P1000 to prove it! In the hard-to-believe video above, Dylan Dubeau […] The post How Nikon cameras “prove” that the Earth is flat appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Nasa, Earth, Nikon, Flat, Nikon P900, Nikon P1000, Dylan Dubeau


In 2018, SONY Moved the Cheese

You know what they say: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery TOP Camera of the Year 2018: SONY a7 III Exhibit 1: In 2018, mighty Canon took its lead from...Sony. Exhibit 2: In 2018, mighty Nikon followed in Sony's footsteps too. Exhibit 3: In 2018, Sony got Panasonic, its largest and fiercest competitor among Japanese electronics giants, to depart from its exclusive dedication to Micro 4/3 and take the plunge into competing with its (Sony's) full-frame mirrorless (FFM) line as well.  I...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, New, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Canon, Leica, Zeiss, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Sony Exhibit


True vision: An interview with celebrity photographer Matthew Jordan Smith

Matthew Jordan Smith started out developing film in a bathroom and is now a world-renowned celebrity photographer. Born in New York but based in Tokyo, he travels the world shooting portraits for the likes of Oprah and Aretha Franklin. The post True vision: An interview with celebrity photographer Matthew Jordan Smith appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, New York, Aretha Franklin, Trends, Tokyo, Fashion photography, Nikon, Oprah, Q&a, Matthew Jordan Smith


Camera of the Year?

So what should be our Camera of the Year for 2018? I have a pretty good idea. Looking only at enthusiast cameras, there weren't actually very many all-new cameras. Many, from the Lumix LX100II to the Leica M10P, were derivations of already-existing models. This is a salutary trend in my opinion. Refinement of technological objects is a very important aspect of their creation and development, and I actually like, and approve of (expect, even), the trend towards Mark II, III, etc., iterations. Fuj...
Tags: Photography, Japan, New, Cameras, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Canon, Fuji, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Canon EOS, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany


Should You Buy A Tripod For Under $200

There was a question in a Facebook group asking for recommendations for tripods between $100 and $200. I couldn’t believe the recommendations people were offering. So I decided to answer it myself. To sum it up – you won’t get a GOOD tripod for under $200. Yes, you can find one, and yes it might do the job for you. But depending on how sturdy or solid you need the tripod to be, you might be asking for more trouble than it’s worth. Subscribe Transcription was done by Temi.com which means ...
Tags: Facebook, Photography, Photographers, Nikon, Ben, Frodo, Scott Wyden Kivowitz, Temi, Subscribe Transcription


We’ve been writing it wrong. It’s “Z 6” and “Z 7” not Z6 and Z7, says Nikon

Sometimes, branding or naming products doesn’t always go as a company intends. They call it one thing, they want us to call it that thing, but then the general public calls it something else. Apparently, Nikon’s two new mirrorless cameras are a case of this. According to Nikon, they’re not the Nikon Z6 and Z7, […] The post We’ve been writing it wrong. It’s “Z 6” and “Z 7” not Z6 and Z7, says Nikon appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Nikon, Branding, Full Frame Mirrorless, Nikon mirrorless, Nikon Z6, Nikon Z7, Z Mount


Nikon D5500 and D7200 officially discontinued

The Nikon D5500 and D7200 have officially been discontinued. Both cameras are currently listed as “old” on the official Nikon Japan website, and they will not be produced any longer. Both the Nikon D5500 and the D7200 were launched in 2015. According to DxO, the D7200 was, at the time, the best APS-C camera they’d […] The post Nikon D5500 and D7200 officially discontinued appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Nikon, Dslr, Nikon DSLR, Nikon Japan, D7200, Discontinued Gear, D5500, Nikon D5500, Nikon D7200


Grit and gear: How Chris Hershman went from retail clerk to music video director

How did Chris Hershman go from working a music retail job to working with bands like NEEDTOBREATHE and Switchfoot? The music video director and filmmaker talks to us about video, tech, and Nikon's new mirrorless. The post Grit and gear: How Chris Hershman went from retail clerk to music video director appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Music, Trends, Music Video, Nikon, Q&a, Switchfoot, NeedtoBreathe, Nikon Z, Chris Hershman


2018 was a terrific year for new cameras. Here are our favorites

This year, we saw the unveiling of several exciting new cameras. We look back at our favorite models -- each delivering something unique, yet all are powerful and feature-rich. Camera fans, rejoice! The post 2018 was a terrific year for new cameras. Here are our favorites appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Sony, Fujifilm, Panasonic, Nikon, Canon


A Review Of The Year 2018 From Jason Row

As the shutter curtain slowly closes on 2018, we look back on this year as being the one when the shutter curtain became obsolete. The year 2018 will be remembered as a vintage one for mainly the right reasons.   Mirrorless came of age, phones got better and better, and the choice of lenses on all systems is now beyond compare. As the festive season approaches and we all slow down a little, let’s take a look back at some of the seminal moments of 2018 The Cameras There is going to be no doubt...
Tags: Google, Photography, Sony, Nikon, Huawei, Dslr, Canon, Mauritius, Fuji, Sigma, Hasselblad, Leica, Apple Samsung, Peter Lik, Jason Row, Samyang


Sigma announces availability for the new 70-200mm f/2.8 Sports and can’t keep up with demand

After a leak back in September, and then the official announcement a week later, many people have been waiting for more information on the new Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Sports lens. Specifically, how much it’ll cost and when they can get their hands on one. Well, Sigma has now announced pricing and availability […] The post Sigma announces availability for the new 70-200mm f/2.8 Sports and can’t keep up with demand appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Nikon, Canon, DG, Sigma, Sigma Lens, 70-200mm, 70-200mm F/2.8, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM, Well Sigma



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