Anybody who has a little experience with flash photography knows that on-camera flash – even bounced – rarely gives satisfying results. Here are some alternatives for generating studio lighting with a shoe-mount flash. Best part of the story: the $ 45 Strobies XS bracket is Cool Stuff IV. Anybody who has a little experience with flash photography knows that on-camera flash – even bounced – rarely gives satisfying results. All Nikon DSLR's since the D2 / D200 include an unique iTTL fl…
Nikon recently released the Nikon View NX 2.1.1 update, which – apart of a series of bug fixes – adds some new features plus support for its new Coolpix cameras. Adobe released the ACR & DNG converter 6.4 and Lightroom 3.4 updates, and Apple updated Digital Camera RAW for OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), Aperture and iPhoto to version 3.6.
Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats, which can be opened in programs like Aperture and iPhoto.Apple published the latest software update for Digital Camera RAW, version 3.5, which adds support for the Nikon D7000 and CP7000, amongst others.
Adobe Labs has published the Adobe Camera RAW and DNG converter 6.3 Release Candidate (CS5 only). The ACR plug-in and stand-alone DNG converter come as separate packages, which you can download here.The ACR download also includes a slew of new lens-profiles; mostly Nikkor (22) but also Canon, Samsung and Sigma.
Yup, I’ve been off of the radar for quite a while. We spent most of September in Amsterdam, to meet my first grandchild, hook up with the family and do tourist–stuff. I also went to the Photokina in Cologne, held both the new Nikon D7000 and Pentax 645D while I also bought some gear. So: I have a lot to talk about.
Nikon just launched their on-line store & outlet in the US.I can hear you think: "Outlet, low prices!!"Well, think again.I just took a look at the DSLR section, because I did not find any bargains.The D3X goes for $ 8.000. OK: $ 7.999,95 - c'mon Niko…
Nikon has spent many years contributing to NASA's study of space through the development and manufacture of advanced cameras and Nikkor lenses, starting with the F1 Photomic FTN, carried aboard the Apollo 15 in 1971.