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Click here to see our Nikon Z6 Video Features, Specs & Analysis If you're a Nikon shooter looking to get into video, you are probably saving up to grab the Nikon Z6, a camera with more video-centric features than any other Nikon before it. And after using it extensively, I'm happy to report that it is without a doubt the best video camera they have ever released. It h
After last week's monumental Firmware Friday roundup, the latest in our regular weekly series is more of a bite-sized morsel, bringing with it news of updates for just four cameras in the past seven days. Let's get right down to finding out what's new with the Nikon B700, Sony A7 III, A7R III and the CCB-WD1 Camera Control Box... Nikon Coolpix B700 Starting off with Nikon, firmwar
Click here to read our Nikon P1000 Review Conclusion Superzoom cameras are an interesting bunch. These versatile all-in-one cameras usually offer way more zoom range than can be found with typical interchangeable lens camera setups thanks to clever optical designs and the cameras' tiny sensors. Over the years, the optical zoom range of superzoom cameras, on the telephoto end,
Our Firmware Friday roundup for this week is a biggie, with no less than eight video cameras and nine still cameras on the list, plus another five updates on the software side of things. Truth be told, though, part of the reason for the size of the roundup is that I've just caught an error that stopped any of Nikon's updates making it onto the list since the start of the year -- mea culpa
I had a chance to sit down with a group of top Nikon executives and engineering managers last month, as part of my yearly pilgrimage to Yokohama, Japan for the annual CP+ trade show. We talked about lens design and how it's impacted by the new Z-mount -- we're frankly amazed by their new 14-30mm f/4 lens, both for its compact size and the fact that you can use front-element filters with i
Nikon has updated its Capture NX-D, ViewNX-i and Picture Control Utility 2 programs to address multiple bugs and add new features.Nikon Capture NX-DNikon Capture NX-D version 1.5.2 is mainly about fixing various crashes and glitches that would occur when using the app. Below is a thorough rundown of the ten issues that have been fixed, according to the changelog:The application would crash under
If you shoot with a Nikon full-frame DSLR and have been considering a jump to the new Z Series of full-frame mirrorless cameras, it’s now easier on your wallet to bring your existing lens collection over with you. Nikon is now bundling the $250 FTZ (F-mount to Z-mount) lens adapter for free with the Z6 and Z7.The FTZ adapter allows over 360 F-mount NIKKOR lenses to be used on Z Series mirro
As first reported earlier this week, The Nikon FTZ mount adapter will now be included for free with the purchase of all Z6 and Z7 cameras in the United States.Nikon's FTZ mount adapter usually retails for around $250 on its own and cost just $150 when bundled with the Z6 or Z7 camera, but now it's being offered free of charge at multiple retailers, including Adorama (Z6, Z7), B&H (Z6, Z7) and
Click here to read our Nikon D3500 Review Conclusion Amid the flurry of high-end full-frame mirrorless cameras in the past year or so -- and the rising popularity of mirrorless in general -- there's still seems to be a place for the humble entry-level DSLR. Are you looking for a camera that offers vastly better image quality and more versatility than a smartphone camera? Perh is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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