Weekly Nikon news flash #556

Overstock deals on Nikon gear.

→ New Steelsring NK-F GFX (Nikon AF) lens adapter firmware update is coming soon (available on Amazon).

The designer of the Nikon Z7 and developer of the Toyota Supra discuss what today’s consumers seek in high-end cameras and advanced sports cars.

Nikon Z50 vs. Nikon Z6 high ISO test (ISO 100 – 51,000).

→ How to setup in-camera copyright by Steve Perry:

Do you have your camera set to automatically add copyright information to your images? If not, why not? Digital theft is at an all time high and adding copyright data to your images can add another layer of protection in the event of a dispute.

However, it’s important to know the correct way to add the information to give yourself maximum protection – and most people do it wrong. In this video, I’m not just going to show you how to add copyright information to your images, but what you should and should not do. Plus, we’ll talk about the Artist / Photographer / Author field that you find next to most copyright boxes – and the big mistake people make with it.

→ Another D5 promo video, no word on the D6.

→ Nikon Z 7: The Very Edge of China BTS.


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Ami Vitale‘s photo was voted best of the decade by National Geographic readers (Ami Vitale is a Nikon ambassador).

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