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Nikon School Program for photographers of all levels

Mark Peters : 2014-11-05 13:13:13
Nikon School Program aims to inspire photographers : Nikon announced the upcoming schedule for the new Nikon School program, which will now feature a wider variety of classes and a more interactive experience for photographers of all levels from beginners to enthusiasts. Held across the United States, Nikon School educates and inspires photographers, with classes for anyone who wants to take their photography to a next level, both creatively and technically. This year, Nikon School will offer a greater variety of classes targeted towards an individual’s specific photographic passions. The new courses focus on specific styles and techniques and include Travel and Landscape, Creative Lighting, Action and People and Video Production.


Nikon D750 test videos

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-10-02 11:40:00
Nikon D750 sample videos : Fast, versatile and agile, the Nikon D750 captures every action -irrespective of the speed- with great precision. This full-frame camera with 24.3 megapixels does not only offer impressive image quality, but also performs above expectations when it comes to videos. The Nikon D750 has a tilt-screen monitor, the screen swings open and tilts up to 90°, and down to 75°, this gives you the complete freedom to shoot from surprising angles. While recording video, you can adjust the ISO from 100 up to 51.200 and control the shutter speed, aperture and audio levels too. A dedicated movie menu lets you store all movie settings in one place.


Nikon Coolpix S6900 test photos

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-09-29 12:30:00
Nikon Coolpix S6900 sample photo gallery : Nikon introduced a so-called Selfie camera. The Nikon Coolpix S6900 features a 3.0-inch tilting LCD display and a built-in camera stand, making it easy and fun to capture high resolution photos of yourself. Also, the camera includes several Glamour mode effects to add even more flair to the self-portraits. Furthermore, the 16-megapixel Nikon Coolpix S6900 features a 12x optical zoom (25-300mm), a 24x Dynamic Fine Zoom, a 4-axis Hybrid Vibration Reduction, a 8 fps burst mode and built-in Wi-Fi and NFC technology. You can also use the Coolpix S6900 to record videos of yourself. The camera makes videos in Full HD resolution.


Nikon D750 sample pictures

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-09-28 11:10:00
Nikon D750 picture gallery : The Nikon D750 is an ideal camera for photographers who demand a professional image quality, but also require an easy to handle camera. The D750 is fast, versatile and extremely portable. The newly designed full-frame size sensor with 24.3 megapixels offers excellent image quality with remarkably low noise at high ISO levels (up to 51,200). The camera features a highly sensitive 51-points autofocus system and offers continuous shooting at a speed of 6.5 fps. In addition, the Nikon D750 has a tilting LCD display and built-in Wi-Fi. The Nikon D750 records smooth videos in Full HD 1080p quality.


Nikon D5300 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-09-24 09:40:00
Nikon D5300 SLR camera : We introduced the Nikon D5300 in October 2013. It is a user-friendly digital SLR camera for creative and travel photographers. The Nikon D5300 is equipped with a DX-format CMOS sensor with 24.2 megapixels and Expeed 4 image processor, and a precision RGB sensor with 2.016 pixels. The D5300 has an ISO range of 125-25.600, and is equipped with a mere 39 focal points. Additionally, it is the first Nikon camera with built-in WiFi and GPS. On paper, the specifications look promising. We took the Nikon D5300 and the AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm kit lens with us during a trip through Germany and Austria, and tested it out in a variety of circumstances.


Nikon D5300 test photos

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-09-24 09:35:00
Nikon D5300 photo gallery : The 24.2 megapixel D5300 is a fine camera to shoot with! The camera is comfortable to handle and has a user-friendly operation. The button structure is clear and simple, via the i-button, the most important settings, such as the ISO and focus buttons, can be easily adjusted. The 3.2-inch screen is also legible in direct sunlight and through the LiveView switch on the top righthand side of the camera, you can quickly switch over to the Penta mirror viewfinder. On the top of the Nikon D5300 body, there is no information screen, as we are accustomed to in its bigger brother the D7100, but the target group of this mid-range SLR camera will probably not really miss it.


Nikon D5300 test videos

Ilse Jurriën : 2014-09-24 09:30:00
Nikon D5300 videos : The light and compact Nikon D5300 takes beautiful photos, but what is the video quality like on this SLR camera? The video quality has improved, compared with the D5200. The D5300 shoots Full HD videos in 1080/60 video quality, with continuous autofocus. The screen is also larger than that of its predecessor. The 3.2-inch screen with 1,037,000 pixels is ideal for shooting video. You can apply various special effects in order to get extra creative with your videos. Further, the Nikon D5300 has an HDMI port in order to show your videos directly on the TV. Additionally, the camera is the first Nikon SLR equipped with built-in WiFi.


Nikon D750 D-SLR camera

Mark Peters : 2014-09-15 11:00:00
Nikon D750 Digital SLR camera : Harness the speed, power, and agility of the Nikon D750 to capture amazing video footage whenever inspiration calls you. Nikon’s D-Movie offers broadcast-quality video in multiple frame formats, recording Full HD (1080p) movies at 50p/60p frame rates with markedly reduced noise, moiré, and false colour. A dedicated movie menu streamlines shooting by letting you store all movie settings in one place. The power aperture can be controlled while recording, and the camera offers clean HDMI out, plus simultaneous capture of full-resolution footage in-camera and on an external recorder. You can configure the ISO settings you want to work with from ISO 100 all the way up to ISO 51200, or fix the maximum Auto ISO range from ISO 200 upwards when shooting in M mode.






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