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Nikon Z7 autofocus test video (indoor, low light, birds, face tracking)

Nikon Z7 autofocus test video (indoor, low light, birds, face tracking): Related posts: Nikon Z7 autofocus, buffer, battery test, weather sealing and more (videos) Dpreview published their Nikon D850 autofocus test results There is a new “Lord of Darkness” (Nikon Df DxOMark test scores, low light ISO comparison with D800, 6D)

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Functionality being added to the Canon EOS R soon after release with firmware update

It may have been lost during the announcement excitement, but Canon will be adding some functionality to the Canon EOS R camera with a firmware Read more…

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Come play with the Canon EOS R RAW files

Jared Polin from FroKnowsPhoto has converted 8 CR3 RAW files to DNG for you to play with. Currently, no Adobe products support the RAW from Read more..

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Roie Galiz on shooting with the new Nikon 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR lens at Dpreview

Dpreview published an article about Roie Galiz’s shooting experience with the new  Nikon AF-S Nikkor 500mm F5.6E PF ED VR lens  in Kamchatka.

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Photographing birds in flight at 60 frames-per-second

Photographing birds in flight at 60 frames-per-second By Thomas Stirr ( website | eBooks , check out also his previous NR posts ): The objective of this article is to illustrate the additional differentiation in bird motion that can be captured when shooting still images at 60 frames per second. While the now discontinued Nikon 1 system with its small 1” CX sensor was challenged with dynamic range, colour depth and low light performance, it was capable of some very fast frame rates. When shooting in continuous auto-focus, various Nikon 1 bodies could shoot at 15 frames per second, or at 10 or 20 frames per second in full resolution, depending on the model.

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