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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...

Differences between Markins ballheads (video)
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Differences between Markins ballheads (video)

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

Another Mike Hagen's video review about which Markins ball head is the right one for your camera and lens. Watch his review and find out which size is the right one for you. Read more...

Nikon D800 Streaming HDMI Video
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Nikon D800 Streaming HDMI Video

Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell)

Uncompressed video stands to hold a significant higher quality compared to compressed, allowing even resolution up scaling. However, with technology advancing so quickly, there's always the latest gadget that can do anything quicker and smoother than your previous toys. See what many Nikonians worldwide use, and why. We'll go in depth with formats, video standards, compression, and of course the external video recorders available for your camera. Read more...

Nikon brand story:
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Nikon brand story: "Tears"

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

In this promotional video Nikon has utilized tears, the ultimate way of expressing human emotion, to showcase the benefits of using Nikon gear to assist in capturing those unforgettable moments we all experience. For over a century, Nikkor lenses have been used to capture human emotions and these images have helped shed light on the people of the world and the things that deeply move us all. Read more...

Markins ball heads - Comparing leaver clamp and screw knob
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Markins ball heads - Comparing leaver clamp and screw knob

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

In this video Mike Hagen reviews the different functionalities of two Markins ball heads. He explains us the differences between the QL and QR quick release and the convenience that goes with each of them, as well as the various dimensions of the two top plates provided for the ball heads and the right usage for them. Read more...

Nikon D800 print performance (video)
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Nikon D800 print performance (video)

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

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In this video professional photographer and instructor Mike Hagen reviews the print quality of photographs taken with the Nikon D800. Read more...

Nikon D800 initial testing (video)
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Nikon D800 initial testing (video)

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

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In this video review professional photographer and instructor Mike Hagen takes a close look at the Nikon 800 and how it performs in the home studio. Read more...

Nikon D300S Movie
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Nikon D300S Movie

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

Movie by professional photographer Robert Boesch using a Nikon D300S for the complete production. (A short intro at the beginning of this movie is in German) Read more...

Working with Markins ballheads (video)
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Working with Markins ballheads (video)

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

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In this video professional photographer and teacher Mike Hagen explains to the ambitious photographer how to best use a Markins ball head. Read more...

Nikon D90 Movie
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Nikon D90 Movie

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

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Movie made by professional photographer Robert Boesch using a Nikon D90. This film has been produced by Nikon Switzerland (The movie's language is German) Read more...

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