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Nikon is Sorry That the Z7 is Selling So Quickly


Nikon issued an apology today, saying that the new Z7 full-frame mirrorless camera is getting pre-ordered so much that many photographers won’t be able to get their hands on the camera when it officially arrives on September 27th. Nikon is reportedly producing 20,000 Z7 cameras per month at its factory ...

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Phase One Unveils the 151-Megapixel XF IQ4 Camera System


The Danish camera company Phase One has announced the new Phase One XF IQ4 camera system, which the company calls “a giant leap forward in photography.” It’s three full-frame medium-format camera systems based upon a new and expandable Infinity Platform. There are three digital backs in the system: the 151-megapixel ...

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Why I’m Taking a Chance on the Nikon Z6


Last week, I went out on a limb and pre-ordered the 24-megapixel Nikon Z6, which should ship on November 30. It is a bit of a flyer, but assuming my instincts are correct, the camera will replace my second body, my D750. Currently, I have two cameras, one a D810 ...

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Dear Sony: Thank You For the Mirrorless Camera Revolution


The mirrorless camera industry is about to blow up and we have Sony mirrorless to thank for this. This is how they achieved their massive success. This is the story of how one company built an industry from the ground up leaving everyone else behind. Sony’s mirrorless camera success is ...

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Canon Will Dominate Mirrorless Too


Over the last few years, we’ve seen how Sony has made some pretty huge gains in the photography industry. This is especially true for the mirrorless market and plenty of photographers have switched from DSLR cameras to Sony mirrorless cameras. Even still, I predict that once Canon releases its mirrorless ...

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How Much Depth-of-Field Do You Get with Nikon’s 58mm f/0.95 Lens?


Along with the announcement of Nikon’s new mirrorless Z-system was the development announcement of a 58mm f/0.95 Noct lens. The Z-mount’s huge inner diameter of 55mm (the F-mount has a 44mm diameter) means more light collection capability, which enables ridiculously fast lens design. Nikon’s F-mount 58mm offering tops out at ...

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