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In This Issue: 19-JUN-2005 
•   Our eZine The Nikonian #28
•   Nikonians Podcast #1 - Interview with Tony Sweet
•   News Bits
Our eZine The Nikonian #28
Read about how Nikonian pro David Haynes uses his gear during a National Geographic documentary TV project. Also, there's a lot of other meaty info, such as:


  • Nikon D2X - A Review by Nikonian Allan Schroeder
  • The Nikonians Team - Profiles of two tem members
  • Community Members - Profiles of three Nikonians
  • New from Nikon - Bodies and lenses to feed NAS
  • Nikon Wins Awards - In Japan & Europe


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The latest eZine #28
Nikonians Podcast #1 - Interview with Tony Sweet
Our first mp3 audio broadcast ("podcast") is available. We have interviewed US Nature Photographer and Pro Nikon user Tony Sweet.

In this 30 minute podcast, Tony tells Bo how he got into photography, the way he works in the field, gives us background info on his latest book and how digital photography is changing the life for probably all of us.

You can download the mp3 file to your computer, iPod, mp3 player or PDA and listen to it offline. In addition, there are small software applications existing, allowing you to subscribe to the podcasts you like and to automatically download them to your computer when they're available. Have a look at Adam Curry's ipodder.org for a large assortment of various "ipodders".

To get the podcast, visit our podcast section.

Red Cosmo and bud by Tony Sweet
News Bits
Nikonians Helgoland April 2006
After the smashing success of the 1st European Nature Workshop on the island of Helgoland Germany, Nikonians announces its 2nd Helgoland Workshop for 2006. For more information on this exlusive workshop, see Nikonians greaterphoto.com site.

Kodak Ceases B&W Paper Production
Kodak quietly announced that it's ceasing production of Black and White photographic paper in 2006. Citing declining demand in the B&W segment, the announcement marks another milestone in Kodak's movement towards the digital market.

D50 article
David Pogue of The New York Times, does a splendid job at describing Nikon's latest addition to the line, the D50. This camera will hit the store shelves in a week with a list price of $750 in the USA. You can read David's article on cnet.

For more news, see Nikonians News Blog

Nikonians Helgoland Workshop 2006
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