Nikon D7000

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Nikon D600: Finally a full-frame camera for the rest of us!

Remember when I wrote that I wished Nikon would make a camera with specs similar to the Canon 5D Mark III, but at a lower price? well now they have and it sounds awesome. the Nikon D600 is a 24mp 5.5t fps monster tucked into a package not much bigger than a Nikon D7000. Somehow it also manages to have a 100 percent viewfinder and a pop up flash. All that for $2100 from B&H, shipping next weekRead more »

Nikon D7000: The One Camera to Have if You’re Only Having One? Or the new Nikon D5100?

imageNew camera introductions continue to tumble over one another, offering photographers more and more options at decreasing prices. The Nikon D7000 is no exception. With superior image quality and a lower price than the venerable Nikon D300/D300s it is an amazing tool. But it isn’t for everyone. Read on to find out whether it should be your next D-SLR… Read more »

Free Updates to Bibble, Aperture and iPhoto

Bibble Labs announced a free update for users of Bibble Pro and Bibble Lite version 5 to 5.21 adding support for the new model Canon cameras. Version 5.21 is available now. Apple has also updated Aperture and iPhoto through its Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update 3.6 which in addition to adding support to the new Canon models as well as new Olympus and Pentax models fixes some issues with raw images from the Nikon D7000 and Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2.

Inside a Nikon D7000--Tear one Apart and Look!

Chipworks has dissected a Nikon D7000 and candidly reveals what they found. From the new Sony imager to 512MB of Static RAM it is impressive to see what's packed between our palms when we squeeze the trigger. If you've never gotten a behind the scenes tour of a Nikon service facility this is the best way to get a sneak peek!

 

 

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Year End "Tax Shopping" Ideas for Photographers

Nikon D3100One of the fun things about the last week of the year can be looking for those last minute tax write-off purchases. Now is the time to pick up that camera, computer or printer that you'll need or want soon and deduct the price from your photo income. We've put together a few of our best ideas for your tax buying wish list...

Top on our list is the new Nikon D3100 is a great new "entry level" camera suitable as both a walking-around camera for when you don't want to lug something bigger and as a backup for many projects. But there are lots of other great ideas...