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Second Look: The New Nikon Compact DL 18-50 f1.8-2.8 – Part 2: Go Wide

I talked mostly about the  Nikon’s DL 24-85 f1.8-2.8 in my last post, now it’s time to talk about the DL18-50 f1.8-2.8 camera.

You can see from the behind the scenes video just how quick and nimble this camera is.

The DL wide version will be about $200 more than the 24-85 and I suspect it’s mostly about the amazing zoom with Nano Crystal Coat. It’s 11 elements in 8 groups with 2…Read On…

First Look: The New Nikon Compact DL 24-85 f1.8-2.8 and DL18-50 f1.8-2.8 Cameras Are Here

There is no doubt going to be much interest in the new Nikon’s DL 24-85 f1.8-2.8 and DL18-50 f1.8-2.8 cameras, so I thought I would give you my impressions having recently wrapped up the advertising campaign for the cameras along with my colleague Drew Gurian.

It’s always an honor when Nikon asks me to do a shoot for them and I’ve had the good fortune to work on the Nikon D600 cam…Read On…

The Passionate Photographer: Paranoid About Back-Ups

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The Passionate Photographer: Paranoid About Back-Ups

There has never been a better time than now to be a photographer. The tools and technology at our fingertips let us shoot amazing quality images with few limits. Having great images is the goal, but keeping them— safeguarding them for the future is also a top priority for me.

I am paranoid when it comes to maintaining my photographic archive. I travel more than 100 days a year and …Read On…

Ask Steve Anything… “I’m thinking about buying Nikon D750…

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Ask Steve Anything… “I’m thinking about buying Nikon D750…

I’m a freelance press photographer. I’m thinking about buying Nikon D750. I would love to get your input as a pro photographer D750 vs D810. Would the D750 be a better all around photojournalistic tool? Any high ISO performance differences? By the way, I love your classes on Lynda.com
All the best. Ron

Dear Ron,

That’s a great question but as with all things subjective, there…Read On…