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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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Oct 08

Quick review of the GGS LCD glass screen protector for the Nikon D7000

I usually sling the camera across my back when I’m not using it, and when I do need it I just swing it to the front. It’s easier than having it in a bag which can be a little cumbersome. This is how I lost the Nikon D70s’ screen protector and rubber eye cup. In …

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Aug 28

Sony Alpha 77 links roundup (updated 24 September 2011)

Sony Alpha 77

Minolta by way of Sony has a knack for putting out innovative products, as they showed when they pulled the wraps off of the Alpha 55. Now, Sony has upped the ante with the Alpha 77 with impressive specs such as 12fps, 24 megapixel APS-C sensor, OLED Electronic View Finder (EVF), 3-way swivelling LCD screen, …

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Aug 25

New cameras, but no sign of Nikon DSLRs

Both Nikon and Sony announced a bunch of new cameras yesterday. Sony has two new DSLRs and two new NEX cameras. All four are impressive. In contrast, Nikon announced six new Coolpix cameras. Where are the DSLRs Nikon?! For me, there are two possibilities as to why this is the case. Since Sony and Nikon …

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