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Nikon photographer gets crushed at the FIFA 2018 World Cup semifinal, continues to take pictures

At the FIFA 2018 World Cup semifinal (England vs.

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More Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR lens reviews

More review of the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR lens (price:  $12,396.95 , currently in stock at Amazon ) – the first one is from Lenstip : Pros: very solid, weather-protected casing, sensational image quality in the frame centre and the 180-400 mm range, excellent image quality on the edge of the APS-C/DX sensor in the 180–400 mm range, very good image quality on the edge of full frame in the 180–400 mm range, negligible longitudinal chromatic aberration, slight lateral chromatic aberration, imperceptible spherical aberration, lack of distortion problems, very good astigmatism correction, negligible vignetting for the APS-C/DX sensor, silent and accurate autofocus, pleasant blurry areas, very efficient image stabilization. Cons: too weak performance after switching the teleconverter on, very poor performance against bright light, distinct vignetting on full frame detector.

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Havana people with the Nikon Df and an old Nikkor 28mm manual lens

Havana people with the Nikon Df and an old Nikkor 28mm manual lens by Julien Hautcoeur ( Web  | Instagram |  Facebook  |  Tumblr  | Flickr  |  see also his previous guest post ): Getting closer Famous Magnum photographer Robert Capa once said: « If Your Photos Aren’t Good Enough, You’re Not Close Enough ».

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World’s first gigapixel photoshoot of the London skyline was done with a Nikon D850 (7.3 billion pixel photo)

The world’s first gigapixel photoshoot of the London skyline was done with a Nikon D850.

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Announced: #LiveIRL With Canon U.S.A.’s New IVY Mini Photo Printer

With the Push of a Smartphone Button through the Canon Mini Print App¹, Print Creative 2

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Most of the photos in the World Press Photo 2018 contest were taken with Nikon (51.5%) and DSLR cameras (83.5%)

Here is a breakdown of the cameras used by photojournalists in the 2018 World Press Photo contest  (Nikon D5 and D810 at the top two spots): Breakdown by brand (Nikon: 51.5%, Canon: 29.9%, Fuji: 6.2%, Sony: 5.1% ): Breakdown by camera system (DSLR: 83.5%, mirrorless: 11.3%): Via Photolari Related posts: Nikon does not have a scheduled press conference for the 2018 CES show Nikkei: both Nikon and Canon to announce new full-frame mirrorless cameras in the second half of 2018 The 2018 BCN camera rankings are out (Nikon sales in Japan: cameras up, lenses down)

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Most of the photos in the World Press Photo 2018 contest were taken with Nikon (51.5%) and DSLR cameras (83.5%)

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Wildlife Photography in Norway

Wildlife Photography in Norway The freezing, cold wind hits my face and forces me to stop to adjust my facemask. I turn around and take a glance at the sled behind me

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Get the Ultimate Photography Bundle for Just $97!

Ever been hesitant to print out your photos or even post your latest capture of your kid on Instagram, because you’re not exactly proud of them? (Even if you’re so proud of the people in front of your lens?) Then I have really good news:  Photography is simply a skill , so that means you can learn and get better at it! If you want a shortcut to photos you’ll be proud to share, you need to check out something called the  Ultimate Photography Bundle .

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Sony A7RIII vs. Nikon D850 vs. Canon 5D Mark IV

Dan and Sally Watson published an interesting video comparing the Sony a7rIII ( $3,198 ), Nikon D850 ( $3,296.95 ) and Canon 5D Mark IV ( $3,299 ) cameras.

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UPDATED (CONFIRMED FAKE): Lots of Questions About the Alleged PowerShot G7 X Mark III Images

*UPDATE* I think we can file these images under the “fake” category without any doubt. Rumors.camera (via PetaPixel) has uncovered where the photos on the LCD screen of the camera came from

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