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Click here to see our Nikon D3500 First Shots Most avid camera fans and enthusiasts might think (and perhaps rightfully so) that it's all mirrorless, mirrorless, mirrorless these days, but DSLRs are still big sellers to lots of photographers, especially to beginners who are just learning the ropes. DSLRs, such as the new Nikon D3500, offer all the basics to help you learn the
Click here to read my Nikon Z7 Field Test Part I After many teasers and hints, Nikon finally took the wraps off their brand-new full-frame mirrorless camera system back in August. The announcement comprised of two cameras with identical bodies, the Z7 and the Z6, alongside a handful of native lenses. The Nikon Z7 is the first to release, having hit store shelves a couple of weeks
A surreal close-up of a weevil eye has taken the top prize at this year's Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. The magnificent annual photography competition, in its 44th year, celebrates the skill and artistry in the world of microscopic photography... Continue Reading Nikon Small World winners zoom in on microscopic marvels Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Awards
Our brand new Nikon Z7 full frame mirrorless camera arrived at the office this week, and we immediately got down to business. Four years ago, Sony fired the first shot of this battle with the A7 and continued to release one iteration after another, each improving on the last, and did so completely unanswered by the competition until August 23rd of this year when Nikon announced the Z7 and the Z6.
Tamron has issued a warning to its customers that some of the company's Nikon F-mount lenses do not work with the new Nikon Z7 and FTZ adapter. Saying only that 'issues' have been discovered, Tamron promises that it is investigating, and will provide further compatibility updates once a solution has been found.Meanwhile, Sigma has confirmed to DPReview that its Nikon F-mount lenses should work wi
Sigma and Tamron are both popular manufactures of third-party lenses that are used by Nikon DSLR shooters. But customers of the two brands may have different experiences migrating their lens collections over to Nikon’s new Z Series mirrorless ecosystem.Sigma lens owners shouldn’t have any issues with the switch. The company released a statement in late September 2018 announcing that a
The new Nikon Z7 mirrorless camera and the Nikon D850 DSLR both have 45.7MP backside-illuminated full-frame sensors, so one might reasonably assume that the two cameras have virtually identical image quality. But it turns out the Z7 actually falls short in the area of dynamic range due to banding.DPReview has published its findings from test and real-world shooting in its first impressions review
Testing and real-world shooting show slight banding and striping patterns in Nikon Z7 images, undermining its otherwise excellent dynamic range. We demonstrate when you'll encounter the effect so you can assess its importance for your photography.
Our test scene is designed to simulate a variety of textures, colors and detail types you'll encounter in the real world. It also has two illumination modes to see the effects of different lighting conditions.The Nikon Z7 has a sensor said to be very similar to the one in the D850 DSLR. We've found a few differences, which we'll be discussing soon, but we wanted to let you have a look straight aw
TC This week's Firmware Friday roundup is a tale of just two companies. If you're a Nikon or Leica shooter, you'll want to read on. If not, we'd suggest checking out some of our other recent content instead. (How about our Fuji X-T3 First Shots, our first Canon EOS R field test or our Fuji GFX 50R hands-on and gallery. For those of you who're still with us, let&#


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