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…]
Adorama has the Nikon D7000 refurbished for $719 (reg. $899). Check it out here at Adorama.
Nikon has released a firmware update for the Coolpix P7700. Firmware version 1.1 includes the following improvements:
- Display accuracy for the virtual horizon has been increased according to the direction in which the camera is pointed.
- The interval between shots with uninterrupted shooting when Auto bracketing is set to Exposure bracketing has been reduced.
- An issue that prevented shutter speeds slower than one second for the second and subsequent shots when shooting with Auto bracketing set to Exposure bracketing has been resolved.
You can download firmware update version 1.1 on Nikon’s website.
Adorama has the Nikon D3000 refurbished for only $209.95. The D3000 is no longer available to purchase new; however, it was $550 back when it was new. Check out the D3000 refurb here at Adorama.
Adorama has a Flashpoint battery grip for the Nikon for only $59.95. Compare that to $369 for the Nikon MB-D12 original grip. Check out the Flashpoint grip here at Adorama.
The third-party Vello battery grip is now available for the Nikon D600 for only $79.95. Compare that to the $274 for the Nikon MB-D14 battery grip for the D600.
I previously tested the Vello grips for the Canon 5D Mark II and 7D, and found them to be solid performers – especially considering the price. Check out the Vello grip for the D600 here at B&H Photo.