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Nikon D800 camera preview

A few weeks ago we were introduced to Nikon’s inadmissible new flagship, the D4. The $6000 DSLR camera has many ISO steps, a 16.2MP sensor, a new processing core, loads of professional features. If you are a Nikon photographer, who needs a camera that can do it all, the D4 is probably the best solution; but this camera is very expensive and many features you just might not need, like built in Ethernet connection. Amateurs prefer the D800 camera, it is cheaper.

The Nikon D800 is the replacement of the company’s $3000 D700 camera. As a consequence, the camera is similar to D4, with a reduced set of features  and some significant adjustments, but not as much as the D700 was such the Nikon D3. The Nikon D800 is not a fully comparable camera and it will rest distant from the D4 in some crucial field.

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Nikon Nikkor AF-S DX VR 55-200 mm f/4-5.6G Review

The Nikon Nikkor DX VR 55-200 mm f/4-5.6G is an entry-level telephoto lens designed for use with DX format digital SLR’s like the Nikon D80. This lens is designed to compliment an existing general-purpose kit lens so if you have the 18 – 55mm kit lens this one takes over where the other one stops, extending your coverage to an equivalent of 300mm. That’s a pretty respectable telephoto performance and will allow you to get really close to your subject.

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Nikon D3100 AF-S DX 18-55 VR lens Review

Nikon have managed to produce a truly amazing camera in the Nikon D3100 and at a price that is somehow still affordable. It has many of the same features of pro cameras that cost many hundreds of dollars more. The closest competitor to the D3100 is the Canon EOS Rebel T2i but this camera seems to have the edge over it. It’s clear that Nikon put all their effort into making a camera that produces great images and didn’t worry too much about the specs or any wacky features that won’t add much value.

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Nikon D5100 18-55 VR Kit review

DSLR stands for digital single-lens reflex and is used for cameras that use mechanical mirror system. In this system the light is directed from lens to an optical viewfinder on the back of the camera. In digital photography, the image is not caught by a film but through a sensor. This device is produced by CMOS technology, which stands for complementary metal oxide semiconductor, with an active pixel sensor that transform light into digital signals and the photos look lively with the resolution of 14-bit.

One of the most popular DSLR cameras is the Nikon D5100. This device is not an entry level model, but a mid-range digital camera: it offers better features then the Nikon D3100 like higher resolution and it costs less then the Nikon D70. The Nikon D5100 camera sometimes is bundled with 18-55mm VR lens: this optic is a good lens for who want to learn digital photography.

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DSLR Camera Shooting Video

Today, people are interested about the shooting video brought about by DSLR Camera. Beside from the design of still images, this camera has a video functions that can even shoot on the High Definition (HD) and now they have the so called video recording. Some example of this camera having this kind of functions are Nikon D90 and Canon 5DMKII, which is introduced in the year 2008. Using video shoot is not as easy as cam recorder, but the result is better much rewarding. It has a good image sensor and has flexible lenses to achieved narrow-depth field. This advantage has been exploited by film studios in recent years. The use of narrow-depth field is very common practice in cinematic production because it has very artistic effect of the high quality lenses. You can compare this with professional video cameras in terms of video quality.

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