Posts Tagged ‘Nikon’
The long-awaited holidays I have written about in a previous post started with a visit to my parents, who live at the Baltic Sea. My youngest daughter came with me and while bathing in the aforementioned sea, I became inspired to take aquatic photos.
So, a NIKON Coolpix AW120. Who thinks of these names? (more…)
Nikon D3200 with a AF-S Nikkor 70 – 200 mm f/2.8 VR II
These two photos stand for two very distinct modes of photography I’m using currently. (more…)
Ok, another photographic gadget that has to prove it’s worthiness. First impressions: I think it will! (more…)
Got a Nikon CoolPix S1100PJ digicam yesterday. I confess, it was for the gadget factor. Unfortunately, the built-in pico-projector doesn’t work on Mac OS X Lion. Nikon has promised to look into it. The projector works for slideshows straight from the camera’s SD-card, though, and that is kind of nifty.
But what about the camera qualities of this, well … camera? In the default settings, image quality is crap (by the way: all images in this post can be clicked for large versions):
See those JPEG compression artifacts at the limit of the sensor’s resolution? That’s what you get when you cram 14 megapixel on a sensor smaller than your pinkie’s nail.
Eagerly expected, this morning Apple finally posted it’s Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.5 in Software Update with RAW conversion for the new Nikon D7000. (more…)
26th November 2010: Updated: Added resolution at f/4.0 shots.
NAS* is a terrible disease. One visit to the Nikon demo booth on a photo fair, and you just have to own Nikon’s Pro Tele Zoom, the Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED AF-S VR II. I’ll have to auction off my Ebony SV45U2 large format camera in order to be able to afford it, but whatever. (more…)