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Nikon D70 Awards
Camera Reviews

Nikon D70 Awards

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp) on October 23, 2005

The Nikon D70's high performance and efficient handling, has brought to many new users the full excitement of Nikon digital SLR photography. It has received acclaim from it's users and from prestigious industry and trade organizations as shown below. Read more...

Nikon D70 Review: Nikon D1H, D100 and D70 digital cameras compared
Camera Reviews

Nikon D70 Review: Nikon D1H, D100 and D70 digital cameras compared

Lars Andersen Nexoe (lanex) on October 23, 2005

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By no means complete in all minute details of differences and similarities, the intention here is to compare only the most relevant features. Features which in my view show the amazing evolution of Nikon's digital SLRs development. Those which do make a significant difference from the perspective of the user. Read more...

Pocket Card for Nikon N80/Nikon F80
How-to's Books

Pocket Card for Nikon N80/Nikon F80

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) on October 23, 2005

Nikon didn't provide the N80/F80 user with a Pocket Card for its Custom Settings, but Nikonian: BJ Nicholls does, here. This is an Adobe Acrobat PDF file (some 210KByte in size) including the complete Pocket Card plus a Lens Cap Decal for the most useful CS. Read more...

Nikon D2X Review: First Look
Camera Reviews

Nikon D2X Review: First Look

Jerry Burnell (Jerry Burnell) on October 23, 2005

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Is the Nikon D2X just another notch in the log for Nikon? Not in my world. It is a destination that I have been looking for, for over 35 years. I wanted a quick and simple way to make fairly large (16X20 in.), crisp, vibrant, realistic, and yet creative images. That is not asking much for the naive, but I believe I have found it. Read more...

Adventures in the Sierra Madre
Travel Stories

Adventures in the Sierra Madre

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp) on May 2, 2005

"Las Ventanas" is a gigantic valley which under the misname of 'ranch' is sold periodically and with precise regularity, every 7 years: when abundant water comes out from its very deep well. Unfortunately in a finite volume and for a time only long enough to dream a little. One of those occasions was our turn to be the enthusiastic buyers. Read more...

Manfrotto 222 (Bogen 3265) Grip Action Ball Head Review
Accessories Reviews

Manfrotto 222 (Bogen 3265) Grip Action Ball Head Review

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp) on January 2, 2005

I am the happy owner and heavy user of one of these beauties. It is extremely versatile, quick and easy to use, apparently still a favorite among many pros. One only has to grip the handle and you can position your camera anywhere within the 180° sphere. It works very well, whether mounted on a tripod or on a monopod. Read more...

Nikon D70 Review: First Contact
Camera Reviews

Nikon D70 Review: First Contact

Wayne Lorimer (wjlorimer) on October 4, 2004

It would be fair to say that digicams – point-and-shoot compact cameras, hold the lions share of digital sales today. Quality has gone up, prices have come down (considerably), and this all bodes well for the consumer (that’s you). Digital camera sales have now overtaken conventional film sales, and it may soon be hard to justify any film camera sales at all. Read more...

The 200mm f/2.0G ED IF AF-S VR Nikkor Review
Lens Reviews

The 200mm f/2.0G ED IF AF-S VR Nikkor Review

Luc Neyens (LucN) on September 20, 2004

This lens, released in time to be paired with the F6, D2H and D2X cameras, confirms Nikon's intention to bring AF-S and VR into all telephoto Nikkor lenses. At first glance it is an impressive lens. Later, one cannot but say that it is awesome. Read more...

The 85mm f/2.8D PC Micro Nikkor Review
Lens Reviews

The 85mm f/2.8D PC Micro Nikkor Review

Roger Engle (ziggy7) on June 19, 2004

Perspective control objectives are commonly associated with architectural photography. However, their capacity to regulate the distribution of depth of field make them susceptible of consideration by macro photographers, discipline where DOF is always a limiting factor. The 85mm f/2.8D PC Micro Nikkor is tried here from the perspective of the nature photographer, not only to learn about its quality but to also understand its functionalities as applied to this specialty. Read more...

Tamron SP AF 17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di LD Aspherical IF Ultra Wide Angle lens
Lens Reviews

Tamron SP AF 17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di LD Aspherical IF Ultra Wide Angle lens

Paul Fisher (Paul_Fisher) on May 27, 2004

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The Tamron 17-35mm f.2.8~4 wide angle zoom lens is a recent addition to the Tamron line-up. This review arises from approximately two week's use of the lens in a wide variety of settings. Read about it's mechanical and optical performance here. Read more...

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