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Monday, March 02, 2015

Nikon D7200

The Nikon D7200 is a new digital SLR camera with a 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, increased buffer capacity, new Picture Controls, Wi-Fi and NFC. The camera also features a wide ISO range from 100-25,600 to help minimize noise in low-light situations. Courtesy of EXPEED 4, the D7200 features 30% faster image processing than its predecessor, the Nikon D7100, and provides an increased buffer capacity that now allows the camera to shoot 18 consecutive RAW 14-bit lossless compressed images, 27 12-bit compressed shots or 100 JPEG frames. This is important as the most severe criticisms levelled against the D7100 all seemed to revolve around its smallish raw buffer.  Additionally, the Nikon D7200 offers users the capability to shoot at 6fps continuously or up to 7 fps in 1.3x crop mode. The Nikon D7200 will be available in early April 2015 either body only or kitted with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR for suggested retail prices of $1,199.95 and $1,699.95, respectively.

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Nikon Coolpix P900

The Nikon Coolpix P900 is a new digital superzoom camera with a record breaking 83x optical zoom. In addition to its unprecedented zoom power, the 16-megapixel Nikon Coolpix P900 comes equipped with an array of innovative features and advanced controls for capturing sharp and detailed images as well as Full HD video from afar. Such features include built-in GPS, NFC and Wi-Fi. Whether shooting above a crowd or from the stands, users can easily and intuitively frame their subjects by using the camera’s built-in EVF with an eye sensor or the high-resolution, vari-angle 3-inch 921K-dot LCD screen. The Nikon Coolpix P900 will be available next month for $599.95.

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Nikon ME-W1 Wireless Mono Microphone

Nikon have announced a new wireless microphone for their digital SLR cameras. Compatible with any camera equipped with a microphone jack, the ME-W1 Wireless Microphone has been engineered to capture clear, uninterrupted audio direct from the source. Portable and easy to use, this non-directional/monoaural microphone records crisp audio from up to 50m away. Able to deliver up to three hours of uninterrupted recording on a single AAA battery, the ME-W1 features a water resistant, shockproof, and dustproof construction. The sound input is monoaural, but when you want to record in stereo, simply plug Nikon’s optional ME-1 Stereo Microphone into the ME-W1’s external microphone jack. The Nikon ME-W1 Wireless Microphone is available for $249.95.

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Friday, February 27, 2015

Werner Herzog: The New Voice of the Impossible Project App

With the latest update to the Impossible Project App for iOS and Android, Impossible have revealed that the voice of the new in-app tutorial for its recently launched Instant Lab Universal is none other than the acclaimed film-maker, Werner Herzog. Used in conjunction with the Instant Lab Universal, which transforms images on your iOS or Android smart phone or table into classic Polaroid-format instant photos, the free Impossible project app also incorporates access to an online Gallery now optimised for iPad screens. Uploaded photos are shown 'life sized’, scaled 1:1, so what you see on the screen is the exact shape and size as the original photo. As the distinctive 'voice' of the app, Mr Herzog guides you through creating and experimenting with the Instant Lab Universal. The app can be downloaded free from Apple’s app store or Google Play.

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PolarPro Redesigns Filter for GoPro Drone and Quadcopter Photography

PolarPro today announced a new filter bundle which has been specially designed for those shooting video with drone and quadcopter-mounted GoPro cameras. Compatible with GoPro Hero3/3+/4, the PolarPro FPV Quadcopter Filter 3-Pack includes a polariser along with two-stop and three-stop neutral density filters. Listing for $49.99, the filter pack can be purchased through a variety of retail outlets or direct through the PolarPro website.

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Canon at The Photography Show 2015

Canon UK will be at The Photography Show 2015 offering what they call "the most immersive imaging experience." The Canon EOS 7D Mark II, EOS 5DS and EOS 760D (pictured) digital SLR cameras and the newest Pixma and large-format printers will all be on display, while Canon Ambassadors and Explorers including Jeff Ascough, Phil Coats, Danny Green and Simeon Quarrie will be hosting talks throughout the show. Plus Canon is giving you the chance to be part of its show experience, offering lucky fans on its social media pages the chance to win tickets to the show, have their image displayed on the Canon stand and attend an exclusive after-show on-stand event with Canon experts. The Photography Show will take place from 21st – 24th March 2015 at the Birmingham NEC.

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Nissin Di700A with Commander Air1

Kenro has announced a new version of the Nissin Di700 flash, which features a built-in radio receiver allowing it to be wirelessly triggered via the also-new Nissin Commander Air1 TTL command unit. The Nissin Di700A with Commander Air1 is a 2.4GHz radio transmission wireless flash system that links up to 21 Nissin Air System flash units in up to 3 groups. The Nissin Commander Air1 itself is a hotshoe-mountable commander unit with manual and TTL flash output control, eight radio channels and a simple, dial-based user interface. The Nissin Di700A is essentially a Di700 with a built-in receiver, which makes it capable of communicating with the Nissin Commander Air1. The kit is priced at £239.94, with the flash and commander unit also being available separately for £209.94 and £59.94, respectively. The Di700A and Air1 are available in Canon and Nikon fits in March, with a Sony version due in May.

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Phottix Indra360 TTL

Phottix has revealed a new TTL-enabled mains flash called the Indra360 TTL Studio Light. Providing 360Ws of power, high speed sync, TTL, Manual and Stroboscopic modes, wireless power control with Phottix Odin and Mitros+ systems and a modelling light; the Phottix Indra360 TTL is ideal for any photographer that needs to move fast and stay portable. The flash and Indra360 Battery Pack are scheduled to begin shipping in mid-April 2015. The MSRP is $880 for a one light / battery kit. Additional configurations are $1,760 for two lights / 2 batteries plus a Phottix Odin controller; $2,570 for 3 lights / three batteries plus a Phottix Odin controller.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Konost to Launch Full-Frame Digital Rangefinder Camera

A start-up called Konost is planning to launch a new kind of interchangeable-lens digital rangefinder camera with a 20-megapixel 35mm full-frame image sensor. "The Konost camera is unique in that instead of using rotating mirrors and prisms in the rangefinder mechanism, it uses a secondary image sensor and image processing algorithms to display the rangefinder patch in the viewfinder," the company says. "This allows the camera to be all-digital, decreasing manufacturing costs, and does not require high maintenance or re-callibration." In addition to capturing 20.0-megapixel stills, the Konost FF can also record videos at 30fps at full resolution. The company is also developing the Konost AP, a 12-megapixel interchangeable-lens rangefinder camera with an APS-C sized CMOS sensor, and the Konost Junior, a 10.8-megapixel, JPEG-only compact with a 1" imager and a 35mm (eq) f/2 lens. The Konost FF and the Konost AP are expected to hit the shelves in 2016, while the Konost Junior could arrive before the end of this year.

Website: Konost

Impossible Color 600 & SX-70 Round Frame Instant FIlms

Impossible have released four new colour films for Polaroid 600 and Polaroid SX-70 instant cameras. The new film frames your images ‘in the round’ within the borders of a Polaroid-format instant photo, rather than the classic square, making it well-suited to portraiture and still-life photography. Based on a limited-run Polaroid instant film produced in Europe a decade ago, round frame film was re-introduced by Impossible in a B&W 600 version, late last year. Pricing for the colour version starts at €21 for a single pack.

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