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Copying photographic film with the Nikon D810 and a shoe box

Copying photographic film with the Nikon D810 and a shoe box by Anthony McKee ( www.anthonymckee.com ): While many photographers are keenly waiting for the new Nikon ES2 film digitising adapter set to arrive in stores, I have been making use of my own Nikon film copying kit that I put together a while ago using a Nikon D810, a 105 micro lens – and a shoebox. I was asked a couple of years ago by a friend if I could digitise some old slides for her, but I lacked one rather essential piece of equipment: a film scanner. Over the years I have had regular access to film scanners, from state-of-the-art drum scanners through to smaller desktop models, but over time the interfaces and software drivers have all become obsolete

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DxOMARK Shows The Progress Smartphone Cameras Have Made in the Last 5 Years

We all know how smartphones have pretty much killed the compact camera segment, but the growth is not simply because of convenience, the quality of smartphone cameras has improved faster than any other type of camera.

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Nikon D850 QDSLRDashboard connection workaround (Wi-Fi without SnapBridge)

A reader sent me this video demonstrating how to setup a Wi-Fi connection between the D850 and an Apple iOS devices: Once the Bluetooth connection between the camera and an iPhone/iPad has been established using Snapbridge, use Camera – Remote Photography and the camera starts WiFi and asks the iOS user to go to Settings and establish the WiFi connection on THIS device. Remember that Snapbridge needs to run in the foreground and that Nikon cameras support only on the device per WiFi at a time. Leave the iPhone as it is and connect to the now visible WiFi of the D850 with another device

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Gnarbox 256GB Version Adds Lightroom Integration

Mygnar have announced the release of the expanded version of their core product, Gnarbox. This latest edition features an expanded storage capacity of 256GB, up from 128GB as seen on the original device, and an integrated mobile workflow with Adobe; making the import of content from Gnarbox to the Adobe Lightroom Mobile app and Creative Cloud ecosystem a seamless user experience. This integration allows users to connect wirelessly to Gnarbox and, through the newly released Lightroom Mobile 3.0 app, access files without having to rely on the time and data-consuming process of transferring files to their iPhone or iPad

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Nikon D850 negative digitizer mode

Nikon D850 negative digitizer mode by  Richard Haw Hello, everybody! Here in this blog post, I will show you how to access the Nikon D850’s unique “ Negative Digitizer Mode ”. Now, I would apologize for the lack of sound on my video because for some reason my iPhone picked up nothing. So I was talking loudly making sure that you will hear what I was saying but once I got to see the video I was disappointed to find that no sound was recorded! This is probably good news for people who dislike my bastardized “Commonwealth English” accent

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Apple iPhone X

Apple today unveiled their iPhone X smartphone, featuring an 5.8” edge-to-edge Super Retina display with a resolution of 1125×2436 pixels. Read more and comment

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Miggo Pictar Review

The Miggo Pictar is an accessory that promises to turn your iPhone into a DSLR camera, at least in terms of handling. Can it succeed? Find out by reading our Miggo Pictar review …

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Desqueeze 1.5 for iOS

Independent developer Alexey Khutorschikov has announced Desqueeze 1.5, an important update to his iPhone app that lets users re-format, re-size and de-squeeze a batch of photos and videos using presets or custom size up to 8192 pixels and 4K, respectively. Read more and comment

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Velapp for iPhone

Velapp is a new iOS app that allows you to edit your iPhone videos on the fly, taking advantage of Apple’s 3D Touch technology. Read more and comment

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ExoLens PRO for iPhone 7

ExoLens has announced the availability of the ExoLens PRO with Optics by ZEISS Wide-Angle and Telephoto Kits for the Apple iPhone 6 family and the iPhone 7. Read more and comment

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