As we have reported earlier today, the Nikon D810 has now been officially announced. While we are still working on providing more information and comparisons, below you will find the official press release, along with detailed specifications for this new camera. Since more information will be revealed by Nikon in the next few days, we would recommend to come back to this page to see more information, videos and other exciting material related to the D810. Everything we have already revealed in our earlier post is accurate, but there are a few missing bits here and there that you can find in the detailed specifications, as well as the official announcement below.
An in-depth Nikon D810 review with sample images, high ISO tests and detailed real-life analysis
Some of our readers have been asking about the performance of the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art lens on the Nikon D810, particularly about its autofocus […]
We are continuing our coverage of the Nikon D810 and today we want to talk about the capability of the D810 to photograph wildlife, particularly […]
Talking to Tadas Kazakevičius (in case you are having a hard time spelling that, he’s just as well known as Ted Kozak), a young Lithuanian […]
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Looks like the Internet is already buzzing with some information from the upcoming release of the Nikon D810 tonight. According to our friends at Nikon Rumors, a UK website “Expertreviews” published information on the Nikon D810 pre-maturely, along with some photos of the camera. Although we’ve made the decision to stay away from the rumor talks (we’ll leave it all to rumor sites), I decided to post this information, because it is verified and we know that the D810 is coming tonight.
This is an in-depth review of the Fujifilm X-T1, a weather-proof mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera from Fuji that was announced on January 28, 2014. Previously known for its popular X-Pro, X-E and X-M lines, the new “T” line is specifically made to be “tough”. With its all magnesium-alloy body, sealed buttons and compartments, the X-T1 is Fuji’s first attempt at a fully weather-sealed mirrorless camera. Although Fuji’s recent cameras have been quite popular, it had nothing to offer against the OM-D E-M1 and OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras from Olympus. With the latter two offering weather sealing, in-body image stabilization (IBIS) and a whole slew of lenses to choose from, Fuji wanted the X-T1 to offer similar features at a competitive price. With a larger APS-C sensor and a huge, high-resolution electronic viewfinder (EVF), the X-T1 was also meant to appeal a bigger audience from professionals and enthusiasts that want a lighter and more compact setup than their DSLRs.
Recently a Photography Life contributor, Alpha Whiskey, posted a great article here on some techniques that we can use to challenge ourselves as photographers. Finding ways to grow and stimulate our individual creativity is one of the most important things we can do to advance our skill level. I gave myself one such challenge this week and I thought I would share the results of it with you with images taken at the Metro Toronto Zoo.
It has been tough to keep continuous stock for the Sensor Gel Stick, but from now on, the manufacturer promised to deliver within 2 weeks, so we are hoping to be able to have continuous supply of the the product for our readers and customers. We have fulfilled all the pre-orders and if you still have not received any information from us on completing your order, it probably means that your mail server is blocking our emails or perhaps putting them into the spam folder. Since we have plenty of stock now (around 430 units), it might be easier to set up a new order instead. The Sticky Paper is also in stock and we have plenty of it (over 1000 units). The Sony version might have to be pushed back a few weeks per manufacturer, but we will keep our readers posted when we know for sure.
Let’s face it. Flashes are expensive. Wouldn’t it be great if you could purchase a new flash and only spend half of what a new flash typically costs? I’m a Nikon shooter and already have two SB-800s, but another flash can sure come in handy when shooting with off-camera flash at a wedding reception. When I got the Bolt VX-710N, that’s exactly what I had in mind for it, but I decided to go ahead and try it as an on-camera flash as well.
Over the past week or so I’ve been out taking a lot of images to prepare for my upcoming review of the Tamron 150-600mm VC lens. At this point it looks like my review will be completed and up for Photography Life readers to see at the end of June.
In advance of the full review I thought another very short article with a few more sample images may be of interest. This article has some photos of cormorants taken at a large nesting colony that is located just off Eastport Drive adjacent to the Hamilton harbor in Ontario. This is a favorite photo site of many area bird photographers. In this area you can also find black-crowned night herons, a wide variety of gulls, the occasional swan, and if you scan for small, fast moving birds…you can also spot the odd kingfisher.
About a year ago, I reviewed an Impact background (Impact reversible muslin background). Out of curiosity, I decided to grab another one. This time instead of one that was reversible, I chose the Impact Crushed Muslin Background in Grey Mist. What’s the difference you might ask? Let’s just see…
Despite all the recent photowalks shooting urban ephemera, my primary interest in photography was always wildlife and animal photography.
Sometimes when I travel or just have a portrait session in town, I don’t want to bring all of my camera gear with me. At times like this, I’ve always thought it would be really nice to have a smaller bag I could bring along and leave my big bag at home. Enter this shoulder bag from Ruggard… big enough to hold a body and a few lenses but not so big that it becomes just as heavy as my normal camera bag.