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Nikon Z Auto Capture: A Tutorial and Review

Cameras are increasingly joining our phones and computers as high-tech computing devices. For some, this may be a reason to get nostalgic for the good old days of cog wheels and fine gears; for others, a reason to rejoice. Whichever group you belong to, it's hard to deny the excitement...

Nikon Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena Review

Our review of the Nikon Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena is fully updated! This review was a collaboration between Libor Vaicenbacher, Spencer Cox, and Nasim Mansurov. Today’s update not only includes lab tests, but also a head-to-head shootout between four of Nikon’s top Z-series portrait lenses.

How to Do Urban Wildlife Photography

"Urban wildlife." Put together, those two words sound like a contradiction. Something like a "square circle," "hot ice," or "honest politician." But cities really are full of life, and not the just two-legged kind of hairless primates. There is also a wide variety of animals to photograph. I recently returned...

Nikon Z 400mm f/4.5 VR S Review

Our Nikon Z 400mm f/4.5 VR S review is fully updated! We’ve added complete lab tests, including sharpness, vignetting, and chromatic aberration (tested with and without Nikon’s 1.4x and 2.0x teleconverters). Likewise, a full comparison with other supertelephotos has been added to the review. Enjoy!

When to Use Continuous Shooting in Photography

From the perspective of someone whose first language is not English, the term "shooting" does not immediately conjure the idea of cameras. However, it makes sense at some level, because the Continuous Shooting mode on your camera is a very fast-paced tool indeed. In this article, I will introduce the...