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This is the First Teaser for Nikon’s New Mirrorless Camera


It’s no secret that Nikon is planning to launch a new full frame mirrorless camera system. And after months of rumors and speculation, Nikon has just released its first teaser for it. Just check out the 1.5-minute video above. Here’s the description of the video, titled “Travel of Light,” which ...

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Metabones Degrades the Edge Image Quality of Wide-Angle Lenses


With the popularity of mirrorless cameras from Sony, Fuji, Panasonic among others, more and more Canon users are either changing systems or wanting to try these new cameras. That in turn, is making adapting lenses more popular than ever, especially as autofocus performance continues to improve and includes many native ...

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The Developist is an In-Development DIY Auto Film Processor


A truly mass-market (and widely adopted) at-home automatic film processing machine has yet to appear in the world of photography. Photographer Mark Webb didn’t want to wait around for one to show up, so he cobbled together one with his hardware and software knowledge. It’s called the Developist. Webb, who ...

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Why That $699 MacBook eGPU May Be a Waste for Photographers


Last week, Apple and Blackmagic unveiled a new $699 external GPU (eGPU) that brings “desktop-class” graphics performance to MacBook Pros. But if you were hoping that it would be a godsend for speeding up your sluggish Photoshop or Lightroom for post-processing photos, you may want to check out this new ...

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This is the Power of the 125x Lens on the Nikon P1000


Superzoom cameras are getting crazier and crazier in their reach. If you thought the 83x zoom on the Nikon P900 was impressive, watch this video demonstrating the power of the 125x zoom on the new Nikon P1000. In the 5.5-minute video, Indian civil engineering student Jayanta Mandal takes the Nikon ...

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Yes, Nikon Designs Its Own Sensors


Sony has been receiving attention and praise in recent years for the quality of its sensors and the fact that it produces sensors for other heavyweight camera companies, including Nikon. But even though some of Nikon’s CMOS sensors may be manufactured in Sony factories, Nikon actually spends a considerable amount ...

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