Monthly Archives: October 2009

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Posted in Other Nikon stuff | 7 Comments

What about those lenses?

I will stick with my initial report on the next set of Nikon lenses (done before the D3s announcement): Nikon AF-S 24mm f/1.4 lens: I expect this lens to be announced during the first quarter of 2010. Did not receive a lot of communication on that lens. Nikon AF-S 85mm f/1.4 lens: based on a […]

Posted in Nikon Lenses | 137 Comments

Rumor: Nikon D800 instead of D700s/x

PhotographyBay received a tip that Nikon will not be updating the D700, but instead will release a completely new model – Nikon D800 with the following specs: Video mode 1080p video recording (full HD) High resolution 24.5 MP High frame rate: 7 fps without battery grip (similar to D300s) 51-area Nikon Multi-CAM 3500FX (same technology as D3X) […]

Posted in Nikon D800 | 320 Comments

Nikon Transfer 1.5.1, Nikon View NX 1.5.0 released

I would like to think that our complains yesterday were heard 🙂 Here is the link. Mac versions also updated! FYI: Windows 7 will be released on October 22nd. Click the link below for what’s new:

Posted in Nikon Software | 28 Comments

Nikon D3s, Canon EOS-1 Mark IV compared

Update#3: more Canon EOS-1 Mark IV samples at different ISO available here. Update#2: Canon’s ISO102,400 picture was removed but you can still see it here. Canon also pulled the plug on the “Nocturne” video by Vincent Laforet. Update: Canon Mark 4 ISO 102,400 sample shot available here (are those for real ??? – scroll to […]

Posted in Nikon D3s | 201 Comments

Read this before you upgrade to Windows 7

Nikon support has issued a Windows 7 Compatibility Announcement. If you are impacted, click on the link below to continue reading.

Posted in Nikon Software | 41 Comments