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High-end (Professional) - FX/Full Frame sensor
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High-end (Professional) - DX sensor, high resolution
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High-end (Professional) - DX sensor, high speed
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High-end (Prosumer) - FX/Full Frame sensor
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High-end (Prosumer) - DX sensor
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Midrange - FX sensor
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Upper-entry-level - DX sensor
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Entry-level (Consumer) - DX sensor
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So, so, so much news!

Journal Entry: Mon Feb 1, 2016, 3:16 PM

Super Group Status

dottys-friend has very kindly dipped into his pocket and donater 500 points to help keep :groups:Everything-Nikon super. Which in itself is pretty super we think!
dottys-friend is a core member from Australia who shoots a variety of subjects but it is fair to say that it is rare to not see at least one animal in his photographs.
That is not to say he doesn't shoot other subject matters as his Daily deviation proves with a wonderful architecture piece. Please take the time to enjoy these examples and more of his work and maybe send a little thank you for keeping our group super.
Looking down by dottys-friendMy horse Dotty being very suspicious by dottys-friendLooking back to where we came from by dottys-friendLilac Roller by dottys-friend

If you would like to help keep our group's super status going then please donate points on in-my-viewfinders donation pool. Even trading points for llamas is something!

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The longest wait is over

Way back when I owned a D200 I was wondering what the D300s' replacement would be and hung on for a bit. Thankfully I didn't wait as long as it took to come out as it is finally here after 7 years!
The Nikon D500 is a massive leap forward from the D300s unsurprisingly and enters a far more crowded line up.
With the larger form factor full mag alloy DX frame and borrowing heavily from the pro D5 this prosumer frame will be the new flagship for the DX sensor.
Clearly there is little point in comparing the D300s and D500. It just wouldn't be fare. DP reviews have compared the D500 vs the D750 and D5 on specs alone which is probably the most relevant comparison.
For the sacrifice of that crop factor you do seem to make some gains with more modern tech over the D750 and more can be squeezed from that smaller sensor like a faster flash sync.
Clearly the big flag waver for the D500 is its support for 4k video making it a tempting foray into new technology for videographers. There is also a tilting touch screen monitor, ludicrous ISO performance and support for new wireless features and a well thought out battery pack that uses a multitude of different battery types.
You can grab your own Nikon D500 Body only for £1,729.99, or $1996 on Adorama which is well worth remembering when comparing it to pro cameras which are substantially more.
Mind you a Nikon D750 with a 24-85 mm kit Lens can be had for less if you are happy to ditch the super high resolution video for and you gain a full frame FX sensor too!

Head on over to the Nikon blog to read more.

Da mother ship has landed

Nothing to see here, just the new Nikon D5 flagship DSLR….
a new-generation 153-point AF system, new Expeed 5 image processing from a new 21 Megapixel sensor capable of shooting at a mind blowing Hi-5 ISO 3280000.
Well okay we have seen bigger resolution elsewhere but as many have pointed out that can just be annoying anyway. The improved tracking AF and processing will be of great interest to photographers as will be the expanded wireless support and the neat touch screen. Studio work will be firther boosted with a new Ethernet port and wireless support when you have add the WT-6/A/B/C wireless transmitter.
Videographers will also be happy with the new 4k support on top of what has already been mentioned. Rumour has it that there is already a firware update planned to boost the 4k video output.
There will be two versions of the D5: one has two CF card slots and the other has two XQD slots which are pretty much the same as CF but have a more robust plug.
There is clearly more to this but we are not going to point out every little detail so head on over to the Nikon blog to read more.
The Nikon D5 can be preordered in America through Adorama for $6,496 or UK sellers like LCE are asking for £5,199 with a free Sony 32GB XQD card.
As ever the outgoing camera is now a potential bargain and can still be bought new for as little as £3,888 for a Nikon D4S

Goodbye CLS

With the SB5000 we are saying good bye to Nikons long lived and much talked abot creative lighting system.
Wireless strobes is nothing new to Nikon but up until now it has been line of sight optical light triggered.
This is no more as the SB5000 leads the new line of wireless radio strobes.
Don't go ditching your SB910's though as if you don't have a 5 or D500 with a W-10 wireless adapter you won't be doing much with this camera off of the hotshoe as there doesn't currently seem to be any backwards compatability. This is a big thing for Nikon so it will be interesting to see what firmware updates are to follow.
Leaving wireless aside we have to look at the biggest feature of this strobe which is it's improved cooling. Since the SB800, Nikon has had some major problems with overheating strobes and this one claims to support a whopping 120 frames continuous without overheating!
Pros and cons are many and varied. You can now place strobes out of line of sight without needing an elaborate aray of reflectors of 10' of remote cable defeating the object. On the down side the loss of that SU800 means you no longer have IR assist helping your camera autofocus. Good job that new D5 you will need to buy to use this has an improved low contrast autofocus isn't it?
Preorders are available from Amazon UK for £499  and Adorama for $596.
If this strobe has tickled your interest then you can read more over on the Nikon blog</a.

D3300 firmware update

A new firmware update is out to allow support for some previously unsupported lenses and to fix a few bugs.
Head on over to the Nikon blog to read more and download yours.


The Nikon Coolpix A100 and A10 are two slim line compact cameras offering a 20 mp and 16 mp sensor respectively and a 5x optical zoom. Both cameras are inexpensive and offer ease of use as their primary selling points next to an elegent and compact design. The A10 uses AA batteries so no need to remember an adapter although with mobile phones who would dare forget???
Head on over to the Nikon blog to read more.

photography + photoshop = prizes - Integrity

Through the years we have had many heated discussions about the merits of Photoshop and where the lines lie for post processing stopping a photograph being a photograph.  Well much as that may be there is no argument that if you have used it you need to be honest about how you achieved your end image.
This photographer has come a cropper for submitting this rather "well timed" image to Nikon and winning a nice shiny bag. It was only when the internet community spotted his "slight" change to his photograph that things got heated.
Head on over to the petapixel a nice little write up about this little incident.

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Some advice from Nikon

Whilst on a hunt for some tutorial ideas I stumbled across a rather nice tutorial page by Nikon USA that has gone to great lengths to better teach you how to use your Nikon camera.
Whilst using popular Nikon DSLR's as examples they go into detail about certain features, giving an overview on how they work and when you should best use them. Much like our buttons tutorials of last year they even go though menu steps needed to access features and show them in action with videos.
There are also example images taken with the camera you have chosen, complete with basic EXIF data to show you how it was achieved.
We think it is a great place to find out more of those hidden little features hidden in that manual you only flicked through once when the camera was new.
SO if you want to take a look then head over to the tutorials section of the Nikon USA webpage.

Tell us in a comment what you found out new. I for one will be setting my D3x to 3D tracking next time I'm shooting birds to see how well it works :la::camera:


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PeaceofmyPipe Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New Deviant
Thank you for adding me to the stack - I WILL put in some great shots here very soon! :heart:
in-my-viewfinder Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
Welcome :)
Impetus-Magnet Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
My thanks for the add. Love the group!
in-my-viewfinder Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Glad to have you :)
Hero-Ritsuka Featured By Owner Edited Dec 3, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
So i'll be upgrading my Nikon D40 to the Nikon D5500 as well as getting a nice size telephoto, i'll be happy to upload the first pictures i take with it to this great group. I should be getting it sometime this weekend
in-my-viewfinder Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Exciting times!
I hope you have allot of fun with your new frame and lens. :)
EarthHart Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Samhain blessings for the request, Squire :iconahoyplz:
Nakophoto Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2015  Student Photographer
Thank you for accepting me! :rose:
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