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The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be bought online via the Photojojo store for $40
Instagram users who are protesting over the new terms and conditions can now use their DSLR cameras to take vintage shots and share it to the world without worries. Thanks to DSLR Wheel of Filters.
This camera accessory contains a Holga base-lens that can be attached on a Nikon or Canon DSLR camera. It offers 18 different filters and prisms, that can be adjusted by simply turning the wheel.
The first wheel has colors, dual colors, even color surrounds. While wheel number two, has kaleidoscope lenses, macro lenses, and other lens effects.
The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be purchased online for $40 via the Photojojo store.View Article Source »
Turn your iPhone into a DSLR camera using a new iPhone case
Taking images using your iPhone is fun. There are many photo apps and gadgets to make your photos look amazing and professional if photography is a serious hobby. If you’re looking to make your photos even more beautiful, good lens is a must.Read the rest of the article »
Nikon admits 'locking up' issues with its D4 and D800 cameras.
Almost two weeks after formally acknowledging a problem with a certain batch of camera batteries, Nokia has confirmed that ‘a small number of D4/D800 users have been experiencing locking up issues, where the camera becomes unresponsive until the battery is removed and reinserted’.
The company addressed the issue in a recent statement posted by PDN. The statement included a temporary fix which suggests users to turn off the ‘Highlights’ and ‘RGB Histogram’ display option in the ‘Playback Display Option’ sub-menu to avoid the problem.Read the rest of the article »
Capture the moment by making a bold statement with Nikon's D1300 in red!
Nikon is pleased to introduce Nikon D1300 in a brilliant red body! This is the corporation’s first red DSLR model that aims the young and hip who are keen to advance their photographic skills.
This entry-level Nikon DX-format DSLR camera boasts the same features on the original black model. The D1300 sports the company’s CMOS image sensor, EXPEED 2 image processing engine, and refine guide mode.
Are you ready to upgrade your photographing skills to DSLR and make a bold statement?View Article Source »
Fujifilm is aiming to replace Samsung as the top four camera maker next year, and bump Nikon off the third place by 2013.
Fujifilm is planning to beat Samsung as the top four camera maker by March next year. However, the firm’s plans doesn’t stop there. In 2013, they aim to be the 3rd top camera maker surpassing Nikon along the way.
Takeshi Higuchi, the man who heads up Fujufilm’s camera division, said that the company may bring back the interchangeable lens cameras. He also added that they will offer mirrorless cameras with an electronic viewfinder. Takeshi Higuchi also said that Fujifilm doesn’t have any issues regarding the development of a mirrorless camera.Read the rest of the article »
Say 'hello' to the Nikon D5100 DSLR, packed with 16.2MP and 1080p video recording goodness.
Looking for a shiny new Nikon DSLR camera to fit your $1,000 budget? Well look no further, as Digital Home Thoughts unveils the new Nikon D5100 DSLR along with some official details.
The Nikon D5100 DSLR matches the 16.2 megapixel of the D7000 camera. It also flaunts a 3-inch articulated, side-mounted display, along with a 1080p video recording at 30 and 24 fps. Its ISO settings range from 100 to 6,400, topped off with an 18-105mm lens in the kit. Unfortunately, there are no body-only options available yet.
The camera is set for a release this April 21 and is currently priced at $899.95. If you add $159.95, you’ll get one very sweet surprise that’ll help you make your video recordings more pleasant. Hit the break to find out what!Read the rest of the article »
As leaks about their new cameras kept on coming, Nikon feels pressured.
A major leak last Friday stressed that Nikon launches two of its main camera of the year in the last two weeks before the Photokina show. The Coolpix P7000 and possibly more point-and-shoot models are to be unwrapped on Sept. 8, according to Nikon Rumors, while the D7000 DSLR would arrive one week later, on September 15. A telephoto lens 200mm f2, an unidentified second lens and a new Speedlight flash are also coming on the latter date.
The P7000 will be at the high end of the regular compact camera with a 7.1x (28-200mm) lens, a higher sensitivity 10-megapixel CCD sensor, shoot RAW images and 720p video recording. Many expect that the D7000 is more significant as it will use enhanced video of the D3100, but with a higher density sensor and possibly dual card slots.
Although the information is not confirmed, intercepted on the same site accurate dates for the launch of Nikon releases this month.View Article Source »
Nikon D3100 is making photo enthusiasts jump for joy!
Correct us if we are wrong, but are we seeing a leaked Nikon D3100 after the Coolpix S1100pj and S5100 were brought into our doorsteps last Tuesday. We’ve heard an addition of a 1080p/24 H.264 AVCHD movie mode together with a continuous contrast-detect autofocus, complete with face detection and subject tracking.
This is the first time ever in the world of DSLR. We are curious, how much noise will the focus motor produce in the clips? The new focus carries to regular Live View and the 720p movie mode, which shoots at both 24 and 30fps, and the new 14.2-megapixel sensor with a max boost from the native max of ISO 3200 to 12,800 for some low-light.Read the rest of the article »
Nikon Coolpix is ready to show off new models that is all the more and greater than the previous cuts.
Hear, hear! Nikon just announced the newest version of Coolpix, the S1100pj and the S5100.
The S1100pj is an update to Nikon’s Coolpix S1000pj. This is a projector cam, not only thinner but slimmer and sleeker. The projector is brighter by 14 lumens and can beam images off a laptop by just a USB. The controls are simple, all with a new 3-inches wide 460,000 dot touch screen for duties such as wild telestrator-style paint mode. The latter lets you draw right on top of the projected screen.
The camera is a 4-megapixel sensor with 720p movie mode and ISO 6400 sensitivity, 28-140mm 5x optical zoom with five-way stabilizer, and the ability to detect faces, smiles and blinks. The market price has dropped from $100 to $349 which comes with reasonable attributes.Read the rest of the article »
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