The Nikon D7100 is the successor to the popular D7000. As such, it builds on the success of its predecessor as a high resolution prosumer camera. While the D7000 offered a 16.2MP sensor, the D7100 steps up to a 24.1MP sensor and carries on the traditional DX format (APS-C) for the line. [click to continue…]
Nikon has a new DSLR and lens rebate program that just kicked off today and lasts through June 29, 2013. The new instant rebates apply to all Nikon DSLRs – including the new D7100, D600 and D800. [click to continue…]
I’ve got a review coming for the Nikon D7100 soon, but I wanted to go ahead and pass along some sample images from the camera that I recently shot (in addition to my Nikon D7100 sample video footage). Check them out below. [click to continue…]
Ahead of my full review of the Nikon D7100, I am sharing a bit a sample footage that I shot with the camera last week. There were a lot of great little scenes down by these tracks where the homeless drunks make their home.
The D7100 is a solid little camera for HDSLR video capture, albiet with a few quirks. [click to continue…]
Nikon has updated/extended its DSLR bundle instant rebates through April 27, 2013. The bundle savings up to $550 now include bundle deals with the new D7100, which I am currently testing and have been very impressed with it so far. It may be the best APS-C DSLR that I have used to date.
Check out all of the Nikon bundle instant rebates here at B&H Photo.
Adobe has released final versions of Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4, which are now available on Adobe.com.
Part of the update includes improved demosaic algorithm for better raw file support on cameras with X-Trans sensors – the X-Pro1, X100S, X-E1 and X20.
Additionally, Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4 offer RAW support for the following cameras: [click to continue…]