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March 2nd, 2015

Nikon Announces D7200

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
Nikon D7200
Nikon has announced the D7200. With a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, no optical low pass filter, and new EXPEED 4 processing engine the camera offers an ISO range of 100-25,600 and 51 point AF system with 15 cross type sensors. The D7200 includes a 3.2-inch LCD monitor and high quality video performance shooting full uncompressed …
March 13th, 2014

Nikon Announces Nikon 1 V3 Interchangeable Lens Camera and 2 Compatible Lenses

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
Nikon 1 V3
Nikon just announced the release of the NIkon 1 V3, an interchangeable lens camera for both stills and 1080/60p video. Wildlife shooters take note – Nikon is boasting the “worlds fastest continuous shooting frame rate” of 20 fps using hybrid AF to maintain quick and accurate focus. The V3 uses an 18.4 megapixel sensor and …
September 13th, 2012

New Nikon D600: Full Frame DSLR for $2099

Posted By Christopher Robinson
Nikon D600 Full Frame DSLR
Nikon has just announced their latest full-frame DSLR. The D600 has been rumored for months and this morning the speculation ended as the cameras was formally announced. We’ll have a full hands-on report on the new D600 shortly. Until then, here’s the press release and camera highlights from Nikon…
September 13th, 2012

New Sony A99: Full Frame Translucent Mirror Camera For About $2800

Posted By Christopher Robinson
Sony SLT-A99
Earlier this week Sony unveiled a slew of new products. For OP readers one of the highlights is the eagerly-anticipated SLT-A99. The A99 incorporates Sony’s Translucent Mirror Technology and it has some impressive new HD video features. We’ll have a full report on the A99 in the next few weeks. Until then, here is the press release from Sony which spells out the features and functions.
October 27th, 2010

Simple Video

Posted By Rob Sheppard
Video DSLR sm
Video is now in nearly every new digital camera, from point-and-shoots to DSLRs. Video can be a lot of fun, but it is a little different than shooting still photos, so many photographers are a little intimidated by it. Then when you shoot the video, you have to “do something” with it, meaning edit it, …