Weekly Nikon related news/links #71

  • A word about the ISO in the Nikon D90 replacement: (I am still not convinced about the D95 name, so I will continue to call it the “Nikon D90 replacement”) I think we can now be confident about the previously rumored “D700-like” ISO in the D90 successor – we saw already that the Nikon D3100 will have a 100 – 12800 ISO range. I will go even a step further and guess that the ISO of the D90 replacement could be even higher, up to 25600 ISO. That way, there will be a clear distinction between both models (besides the MP count – the new D90 will have 16MP). For the record, this is just a speculation – Nikon may keep all consumer models in the 100-12800 ISO range and increase the ISO performance for the D300s replacement next year.
  • Lightroom 3.2 and Camera Raw 6.2 released candidates are out. New Nikon profiles were added in Lightroom for 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6, 16-35mm f/4, 50mm f/1.4, 50mm f/1.8 and few Sigma and Zeiss lenses with F-mount.

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