Nauticam NA-D7000 Takes the Nikon D7000 Underwater

The newly announced Nauticam NA-D7000 is an underwater housing for the Nikon D7000, which allows you to take the 16MP DSLR down to a depth of 100M.  It will set you back a bit on top of the D7000 sticker price though.  The Nauticam NA-D7000 carries a retail price tag of $3100 and should be available at the end of this month (just in time to make it on your wish list).

[via Nikon Rumors]

Canon 1D Mark IV vs. Nikon D3S – Autofocus Performance [Part 4]

Canon  1D Mark IV vs. Nikon D3s

In Parts 1 and 2 of this series, I provided an introduction to this autofocus evaluation, as well as a brief overview of the Canon 1D Mark IV and Nikon D3S AF systems.  In Part 3 of this series, I looked more in-depth at images captured during basketball games with the 1D Mark IV and D3S. If you have not read the previous installments in this series, you can do so now by clicking the links below:

  1. Canon 1D Mark IV vs. Nikon D3S – Autofocus Performance [Part 1]
  2. Canon 1D Mark IV vs. Nikon D3S – Autofocus Performance [Part 2]
  3. Canon 1D Mark IV vs. Nikon D3S – Autofocus Performance [Part 3]

In Part 4 below, we will look more in-depth at images captured during a track and field event with the 1D Mark IV and D3S. [Read more...]

Nikon NF-300i Meets Android, Goes 3D

The Nikon NF-300i is a 7.2-inch digital photo frame that runs on the Android operating system.  The big buzz about the NF-300i is the autostereoscopic screen, which allows you to view 3D images without the need for 3D glasses.

The NF-300i displays are available to my Picturetown 3D members who pony up about 20k yen per year (about $250 USD).  And right now, they are only available in Japan.

[Nikon via Engadget]