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Future Steve: “Loving my new Nikon D9! But there are a few things…”

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Future Steve: “Loving my new Nikon D9! But there are a few things…”

Oh, Shut-up Future Steve!

We will always find things to complain about.

When I recently saw that Nikon had filed patents for their flagship cameras of the future, the D6, D7, D8 and D9, it got me to thinking. What are those cameras possibly going to look like?

I don’t think anyone could have predicted at the start of our digital journey that we’d travel so far, so fast.

Th…Read On…

The Evolution of Back-Button Autofocus: The D500 (and D5)

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The Evolution of Back-Button Autofocus: The D500 (and D5)

D500, 24-70mm f2.8VR -back button single point AF focused on the eye.

I finally have a chance to write a few thoughts down on the new Nikon D500. Were you (like me) one of the thousands of Nikon photographers who waited seven years for the successor to the D300s?

I have used a full-frame Nikon DSLR since the introduction of the D3/D700 series, but I have co-currently kept a DX …Read On…

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…