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Nov 12

Nikon Rumors: New firmware updates for Nikon D5100 (v1.01) and D7000 (v1.03)

Nikon has released updated firmwares for the D5100 and the D7000. Hit the link for more details!

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Nov 10

The Nikon D7000 and the moon

A friend said to me “Take a picture of the moon..” The first thought that went through my mind was, “I don’t have the right lenses for that.” But then I figured that this would be a good opportunity to see how much detail the 16 megapixels of the Nikon D7000 can capture. I put …

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Oct 29

The Nikon D70s CCD vs the Nikon D7000 CMOS

First off, this is a quick and dirty comparison. It’s not meant to be exhaustive (How can it be? It’s a comparison of a couple of images!). This is something for me to satisfy my curiosity about how the two sensors compare and to see what 5 years of progress means to digital photography. Both …

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Oct 24

The Nikon D7000 and… HDRs

The Nikon D7000 is great for HDR photography. Sure, the bracketing is limited to ‘only’ 3 frames, but I don’t think that it’s a deal breaker. The main draw when doing HDR on the D7000 is the 6 fps, this means I’m able to handhold and still get mostly decently aligned shots. This is good …

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Oct 09

The Nikon D7000 and… macros

As I slowly explore what the Nikon D7000 is capable of, the first thing I explored is macros. I have to say, I’m more than happy with what the D7000 is capable of. There’re quite a few reasons why the Nikon D7000 is a good tool for macros. Read on for more.

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