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Roie Galiz on shooting with the new Nikon 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR lens at Dpreview

Dpreview published an article about Roie Galiz’s shooting experience with the new Nikon AF-S Nikkor 500mm F5.6E PF ED VR lens in Kamchatka. Here is a quick recap:

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Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR lens next to the 500mm f/4E and 180-400mm f/4

Roie Galitz (Website | Facebook | Instagram) is currently testing the new Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR lens in Kamchatka. The above picture shows the size of the new 500mm f/5.6 lens (right) compared to the 500mm f/4E (left, total length: 15.24in / 387mm) and the 180-400mm f/4E (center, total length: 14.27in / 362.5mm). Also, check Roie’s previous guest posts on […]

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Cheetah chase with the Nikon D810

This article on shooting cheetahs with the Nikon D810 is by Roie Galitz (website | Facebook, see also his previous posts: Nikon D800 goes wild in Africa and Uganda with the Nikon D810): I shoot wildlife with the Nikon D810. Even though I have access to the faster D4s, I still prefer the D810 better. Why? One reason, and […]

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Uganda with the Nikon D810

Today’s guest post is by Roie Galitz (website | Facebook) on his recent trip with the Nikon D810 to Uganda (click on images for larger view): I have had the pleasure to take one of the first D810s to Uganda to make an in depth review of the new Nikon ultra-megapixel camera. I have been using the […]

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Guest post: Nikon D800 goes wild in Africa

Today’s guest post is by Roie Galitz (website | Facebook) on his recent trip to Tanzania (click on images for larger view): Tanzania is one of my favorite places in the world. The incredible planes of the Serengeti and the little brothers of mount Kilimanjaro are home to the great natural wildlife as it has been for […]

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