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Nikon's New D750 Brings Affordable High-End Features
This week Nikon (TYO:7731) announced the new Nikon D750, a successor to the Nikon D700 which has been discontinued since its introduction in 2008. The D750 is not quite as high-end as the company’s D810 or D4S, however, it does still have a fairly good 24 Megapixel sensor similar to that of the Nikon D610. What makes the D750 better than the D610, though, is all of the additional functionality that it brings to the camera outside of just pure photography. The D750 brings an articulating LCD screen that would normally be found in consumer-level cameras like the D5000 and D3000 series and brings it to
Nikon Releases The D810, A Mediocre Upgrade
You know, I was worried that Nikon was going to release the Nikon D810 and render my D800 irrelevant or unimportant, but if anything, they’ve done the exact opposite. I know that it isn’t easy trying to improve upon a camera when the sensor you’re working with is near or at the pinnacle of where sensor technology currently sits. However, if you look at what Sony has done with the very same 36.3 Megapixel sensors, it seems like a tale of two worlds. With Sony, you’ve got the a7, a7R and the a7S, all of which have a lot of unique features and encourage you
Are Kingston's SDXC Cards Ready for 4K?
Recently, Kingston launched a new line of ‘4K’ SDXC memory cards and they sent us their 32 GB and 64 GB variants for testing. Over the course of the past few months, we’ve put these memory cards through our paces, shooting thousands of images through each memory card, making sure that they were put to the test. In our testing, we will check the memory cards’ speeds relative to the competition as well as how they perform inside our D800. In addition to that, we will likely try to adjust our real world test to be used with something like an a6000 in the future because