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Photons To Photos published first Nikon D850 dynamic range chart

Based on some available NEF files Photons To Photos published their first Photographic Dynamic Range (PDR) chart for the Nikon D850 (click for larger view): Nikon D850 pre-orders:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  Amazon  |  WEX  |  Jessops  |  Henry’s . Like the new  Nikon D850 Facebook page  and join the growing  Nikon D850 Facebook group  to stay updated with the latest D850 news. Related posts: Nikon designed the D850 sensor themselves Nikon D850 sample photos Nikon D850 presentation slides (part 2)

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New for the D850: Nikon ES-2 film digitizing adapter set – scan film at 45.7MP

You probably already noticed in my post from earlier today that Nikon has also announced some new and interesting accessories for the D850 camera – now you can scan your film at 45.7MP: Nikon ES-2 film digitalizing adapter set Nikon FH-4 strip film holder Nikon FH-5 slide mount holder In order to use the kit, you will need a macro lens – see Nikon’s product description (the Nikon ES-2 film digitizing adapter is compatible only with the D850, for other cameras you can use the existing Nikon ES-1 Slide Copying Adapter ): The ES-2 is a Film Digitizing Adapter that lets you easily convert your film images to digital. Taking advantage of the high-pixel count of the D850′s 45.7 MP, the Film Digitizing Adapter lets you convert both 35mm slides and negatives to digital files. Using a lens such as the AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED attached to the D850, the camera’s digitizing function automatically reverses the colors and stores them as JPEG images

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Here is the Canon EOS M100 [CR3]

Below are images and specifications for the long rumored Canon EOS M100 mirrorless camera. Canon EOS M100 Specifications Number of effective pixels: 24.2 million pixels Dual pixel CMOS AF Video engine: DIGIC 7 ISO sensitivity: 100-25600 Continuous shooting performance: 6.1 frames / sec Video: Full HD Rear liquid crystal: 3.0 type tilt type touch panel Read more..

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B&H: Nikon D850 expected availability is Thursday, September 7th

A quick update: B&H confirmed on their website – the new Nikon D850 camera will start shipping on Thursday, September 7th.

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Nikon D850 vs. Nikon D810 specifications comparison

Nikon D850 vs. Nikon D810 specifications comparison based on the data provided on Nikon USA website: Nikon D850 Nikon D810  Price $3,296.95    $2,796.95 Playback Functions Auto Image Rotation Full-frame and thumbnail (4, 9, or 72 images) Highlights Histogram Display Location Display Movie Playback Movie Slideshow Photo Information Photo Slideshow Picture Rating Playback with Zoom Playback Zoom Cropping Auto Image Rotation Full-frame and thumbnail (4, 9, or 72 images) Highlights Histogram Display Image Comment Movie Playback Movie Slideshow Playback with Zoom Slideshow Live View Shooting Photography Live View Mode Movie Live View Mode Photography Live View Mode Movie Live View Mode Monitor Size 3.2in. diagonal 3.2in.

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The latest Nikon D850 hands-on videos

Here are the latest Nikon D850 hands-on videos ( check also this post from earlier today for more videos): D850 first look from  B&H : Nikon D850 hands-on by WEX : Nikon D850 report by  Jessops: Nikon D850 preview from Park Camera : More Nikon D850 videos: Nikon D850 pre-orders:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  Amazon  |  WEX  |  Jessops  |  Henry’s . Like the new  Nikon D850 Facebook page  and join the growing  Nikon D850 Facebook group  to stay updated with the latest D850 news. Related posts: Nikon D850 product tour and promo videos Nikon D850 directory: the BIG recap All Nikon D850 YouTube videos are fake/clickbait

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Nikon D850 presentation slides

Photography Blog published the slides from the official Nikon D850 presentation – some interesting information there (including the shipping date: September 7th): Nikon D850 pre-orders:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  Amazon  |  WEX  |  Jessops  |  Henry’s . Like the new  Nikon D850 Facebook page  and join the growing  Nikon D850 Facebook group .

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Nikon designed the D850 sensor themselves

Imaging Resource published some interesting D850 facts they got directly from Japan: While they didn’t attribute it to the BSI sensor, Nikon told us that the D850 should produce the same image quality (both JPEG and RAW) at twice the ISOs as the D810, a full-stop improvement. That is, the D850 at its top “native” ISO of 25,600 should deliver the same image quality as the D810 did at ISO 12,800. If true, that’s a pretty significant improvement; we can’t wait to get our hands on a sample to check it out! While Nikon contracts with a silicon foundry to actually manufacture the chips, Nikon confirmed that the D850′s sensor is entirely their own design, vs

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What others are saying about the Nikon D850

Here is some additional coverage on the new D850 – what others are saying about the latest (and greatest) Nikon DSLR camera so far: Nikon D850 pre-orders:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  Amazon  | WEX  |  Jessops The use of a backside illuminated (BSI) sensor means that the light collecting elements of the sensor are closer to the surface of the chip. This should not only increase the efficiency of the sensor (improving low light performance) but should also be expected to make the pixels near the edges of the sensor better able to accept light approaching with high angles of incidence, improving peripheral image quality. ( Dpreview ) This is the first time ever that a Nikon DSLR has a back-illuminated sensor, which allows more light to hit the photodiodes and results in better image quality compared to traditional sensor architecture

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Canon CarePAK PLUS

Canon today announced that the Canon CarePAK PLUS accidental damage protection plan will now include Image Recovery for all consumer-level Canon printers with a memory card slot. Read more and comment

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