Nikon’s current instant rebate deals on many of its lenses end this week on Saturday, March 29. The instant rebates offer up to $400 off single lenses and are not required to be bundled with a DSLR in order to get the deals. You can see all of the lens instant rebates here at B&H Photo. [Read more…]
Photography Bay reader, Carol, just got her new D7000 camera. As a new DSLR user, she wants to know more about zooming with the camera and lens.
I just purchased a D7000 camera, and in using the various features, I noticed that I can NOT take a picture in the zoom in or out setting. Apparently this setting is used only for playback viewing? Why is that?
Here’s my response to Carol on why this is the case with DSLRs like the Nikon D7000…. [Read more…]
The latest rumorations point to a Nikon D7000 replacement before April 2013. Based on Nikon’s recent naming scheme, this camera would presumably be dubbed the D7100.
Rumored specs on the new camera include a 24MP sensor, ISO 100-6400 and a form factor similar to its full frame brother – the D600.
[via Nikon Rumors]
Rumors of the Nikon D600 have really been heating up over the past several weeks in the lead up to Photokina 2012. We’ve already seen leaked images of the D600. And rumored specs indicate that the D600 will be a 24MP full frame camera.
The latest lot of size and feature comparisons suggest that the D600 will be more akin to the D7000 in size and ergonomics even though it will borrow feature upgrades from the D800 as the junior full frame DLSR in Nikon’s lineup. [Read more…]
There are several Nikon instant rebates available now through May 26, 2012. Included in the rebate deals are the D3200, D7000, D3100 and D5100. On the mirrorless side, both the Nikon V1 and J1 are also available with instant rebates. Check the B&H rebate page for more details.
The Nikon D7000 has received an unnofficial firmware update that allows you to get around the lowly record time limits for video. The Nikon Hacker team now has lifted the limit to 25-30 minutes for the D3100, D5100 and D7000 cameras. Note that this is an unofficial update and not sanctioned by Nikon. use at your own risk.