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To Clean or Not To Clean Your Sensor
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To Clean or Not To Clean Your Sensor

Joseph Gamble (JCGamble)

You’ve seen them in photographs and videos, often hours after a photo shoot when your fresh images are full screen on a large monitor. They appear as circular dark blobs, unnatural discs in an otherwise perfect blue horizon. They are called dust bunnies (or dust mice) and they are the bane of all DSLR owners. At some point during the life cycle of your camera, you’ll have to combat them if you change lenses. Read more...

Nikon D750 Review - More Than an Update
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Nikon D750 Review - More Than an Update

Joseph Gamble (JCGamble)

Three months before Christmas Nikon presents a new full-frame DSLR - a camera which lies between the D610 and D810, but is more than the long time desired update of the D700: the Nikon D750 DSLR. Discover the extras which come with this novelty in our first review from Nikonian Joseph Gamble. Read more...

How to Digitize Your Slide Library with a Nikon FX DSLR
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How to Digitize Your Slide Library with a Nikon FX DSLR

Joseph Gamble (JCGamble)

If you ever were in possession of a pre-2002 camera, you have an archive of film negatives or slides collecting dust in a box or binder. You’ve thought about digitizing them but don’t own a scanner and are reluctant to ship them off to an online scanning service. In this article Joseph Gamble explains you how to easily migrate your film archive into a digital state. Read more...

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