The Nikon D7200 starts shipping today (March 19, 2015), and like its predecessor the D7100, it should prove to be a highly capable camera. The D7200 offers a few incremental upgrades over the D7100, most importantly an increased buffer capacity, which will greatly benefit sports, wildlife, and other action shooters. (More on this in a […]
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Here are my first quick shots of the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, during the ceremonial unboxing at Newtonville Camera, Newton Mass. (Thanks guys!) Images copyright by author, taken at Newtonville Camera, Newton, Mass. Please do not use without permission. Images copyright by author, taken at Newtonville Camera, Newton, Mass. Please do not use without […]
Canon has just announced an updated, improved version of it’s high-quality EF 24-70mm f/2.8L standard zoom, called the EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM. (To understand what all the notions mean, please see my Canon Lens Notations post.) Some would call this the full frame standard zoom, though as an EF lens it can also be […]
As some of you may know, popular travel and culture photographer and blogger David duChemin suffered an accident in Italy a couple months ago, falling from a wall and shattering his ankles. He spent about 40 days in a hospital, but has recently been released and continues to recover. As he recovered, he worked on […]
The Nikon D5100 has arrived! Photo by author – copyright 2011 – please do not use without permission! I’ll be putting together a user’s guide ebook for the D5100, Nikon D5100 Experience, following in the tradition of my popular and well received Nikon D7000 Experience ebook. See here to learn more about the new book, […]
When selecting a new dSLR camera, many people seem to look at the latest offerings, attempt to compare their many features, and determine which one, in or near their price range, is “better.” But this is the backwards way to approach it. Of course a continuous burst rate of of 126 JPEGs at 8 frames […]