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OnePlus 6 Smartphone Features Dual Cameras, Portrait Mode and Slow Motion Video

The OnePlus 6 is the first in OnePlus’ line of flagship smartphones to feature an all-glass design. With a 6.28-inch Full Optic AMOLED 19:9 display – OnePlus’ largest-ever screen – the OnePlus 6 offers an immersive viewing experience, while keeping a similar form factor to that of the OnePlus 5T. The OnePlus 6 is also the fastest handset the company has ever produced. The OnePlus 6’s dual camera system features a 16MP main camera, supported by a 20MP secondary camera.

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Kodak Daylight Single Use Camera ISO 800

Kodak Alaris is launching a high quality Daylight Single Use Camera with 800 ISO Film. The Kodak Daylight Single Use Camera ISO 800 is available from May 2018 through all dealers in Europe stocking Kodak films.

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Nikon ES-2 film digitizing adapter now shipping in the US and Europe

The Nikon ES-2 film digitizing adapter set ( $139.95 ) for the D850 DSLR camera is now shipping in the US and Europe. B&H already charged credit cards for the first batch of existing pre-orders: A reader also sent me the ES-2 user’s manual: Nikon ES-2 film digitalizing adapter set:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  WEX Nikon FH-4 strip film holder:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  WEX Nikon FH-5 slide mount holder:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  WEX Pictures source:  eBay Nikon ES-2 listing Related posts: New for the D850: Nikon ES-2 film digitizing adapter set – scan film at 45.7MP Update: the Nikon ES-2 film digitizing adapter set for D850 will start shipping soon in the US The new Nikon ES-2 film digitizing adapter set for the D850 will start shipping on March 30, 2018

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The winner of the Irix 11mm f/4 Blackstone lens is…

The winner of the Irix 11mm f/4 Blackstone lens  worth $775  is Stephen P.

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Irix 11mm f/4 Blackstone lens for Nikon F-mount giveaway

I have a new giveaway where you can win a new Irix 11mm f/4 Blackstone lens for Nikon F-mount  worth $775 . The Irix 11mm f/4 is the widest full frame prime lens available for Nikon F-mount today. a Rafflecopter giveaway In order to participate, you have to ( direct link to giveaway ): Visit the NikonRumors Facebook page (+1 additional entry) Follow NikonRumors on Twitter (+5 additional entries) Send a tweet about this giveaway (+3 additional entries) Subscribe to NikonRumors email notifications  (+1 additional entry) Answer this question in the blog’s comment section: What is the widest prime lens you ever used

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Big Nikon KeyMission cameras price drop in Europe

As I reported a few days ago , the price of Nikon KeyMission cameras dropped in the UK  (Amazon UK has not updated their pricing yet ): Nikon KeyMission 80: £99 ( was £239 ) Nikon KeyMission 170: £149 ( was £269 ) Nikon KeyMission 360: £289 ( was £299 ) It seems that there is also a price drop in Germany. Media Markt and Saturn (which were exclusive partners at the launch of KeyMission) just lowered the prices by 50% for some models: Nikon KeyMission 80: €149 (was 299€) Nikon KeyMission 170: €299€ (was 399€) Nikon KeyMission 360: €249€ (was 499€) In the US only the Nikon KeyMission 170  is currently $53 (13%) off . Related posts: New Nikon KeyMission cameras price drop expected on March 1st in the UK Pictures of KeyMission 80 and KeyMission 170 leaked online and they look… interesting Three different KeyMission cameras confirmed: 80, 170 and 360

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Sony A7 III 35mm Full-frame Mirrorless Camera – "Perfection For All, Everything You Need”

The Sony A7 III is the new entry-level camera in Sony’s 35mm full-frame mirrorless range. Sitting below the A9, A7R III and A7S II, the A7 II offers a lot of Sony’s latest imaging technologies, including a new 24.2 megapixel Back-Illuminated Exmor R CMOS Image Sensor, ISO range of 50-204800, 15 stops of dynamic range, 4K video recording with full pixel readout, 10fps burst shooting, 5-axis 5-stop image stabilisation, 693 point auto-focus system covering 93% of the image area, Eye auto-focusing mode, a joystick for adjusting the focus point, and class-leading 710 shot battery life

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The History of Canon L Lenses

Canon Europe has put together a great article about the history of Canon L lenses, including what they consider to be landmark lenses in the evolution of the series. It’s no surprise that innovation of lenses at Canon seems to be accelerating as every few years, there seems to be a new “world’s first”. Below Read more..

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Irix 11mm f/4 and 15mm f/2.4 Blackstone lenses are now 15% off in Europe and the US

Irix has a new special offer in Europe and the US on their wide angle lenses – 15% off the Irix 11mm & 15mm Blackstone lenses for Nikon F-mount : B&H Photo Adorama Amazon US Amazon UK Amazon DE Amazon FR Amazon IT This offer is valid until February 10th.

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The Nikon European Wedding Collective

The Nikon European Wedding Collective is a team of expert wedding photographers and influencers from across Europe who have been handpicked by Nikon to chart present and future wedding trends and wedding photography styles. It will produce an exclusive, ongoing content series which will be hosted on Nikon’s European website and will launch with a focus on wedding traditions. All of the images taken by The Collective will be shot on the new Nikon D850.

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