Nikon
Nikon Announces D610 – New Full Frame Body
Nikon Australia have just announced the D610 body. Essentially an upgrade to the year-old D600, the new body offers an upgraded shutter in an economical full frame body. This will be a camera well suited to those who already understand how to use a camera, and who want to get the best quality images from their photography. Key features of the D610 include High speed continuous shooting at 6 FPS Quiet Continuous Shutter Release mode Improved Auto White Balance Control System to produce true-to-life colours in photographs Compact and lightweight full-frame DSLR, weighing approximately 760 grams 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor...
Nikon announces new AF-S NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G Micro lens
SYDNEY – Nikon is pleased to announce the release of the AF-S NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G, a DX-format Micro lens offering a focal length of 40mm and a maximum aperture of f/2.8. The bright and fast 40mm f/2.8 enables shooting as close as 0.163m for capturing life-size images in incredible detail. The lens offers a number of convenient features such as the built-in Silent Wave Motor that enables the quiet auto-focus – vital to close-up photography of insects and animals – and two focus modes – M/A (auto-focus with manual override) and M (manual). The compact and lightweight 40mm lens is...
Nikon D7000 Camera
Nikon D7000 Reviewed
Recently Nikon released a new DSLR camera, the D7000. We were fortunate to be given a review unit shortly after its release. On paper, the specifications suggested that this will be very nice camera to use, and in person, we found that it did not disappoint. Being a DSLR camera, it presents to its owner a reasonably advanced set of features,. For instance, you compose and focus the photo that you want to take using the same lens that the camera will be using when it makes the photo. While this is especially useful when you are shooting close-ups of...
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