More photography related articles for your weekend, with a significant focus on the recent camera releases. I know I haven’t shared any Canon 5D Mark III link, I’m obviously biased towards Nikon, but easily admit the 5D3 is a helluva camera!
Next week probably won’t be a weekly link roundup, as I will be away from the computer in Southern England for some landscape photography, but you can follow my daily updates at your social network of choice using the links bellow, as long it’s Twitter, Facebook or Google+.
Getting hit by the police in a recent protest in Lisbon got Patrícia de Melo Moreira featured at Guardian.
The first details of the first of the three DSLR cameras Nikon is expected announce this year are starting to appear. Very interesting specs for a lower end camera.
But my main interest are the other two cameras that will be released later this year: the replacements for D300s and D7000, because it will help me define my road map to upgrade my gear.
I’m aiming for a full frame (Nikon FX) body and I’m hoping the new D7000 will be the flagship model for Nikon DX cameras and the new D300s will finally receive a FX sensor. A camera with less megapixel count than Nikon’s D800 but with better ISO performance, perfect for some low light photos like street photography (and also cheaper than the D800).
Having the Nikon’s entry model with 24MP DX sensor only backs my theory, but some rumors point otherwise…
Great afterthoughts by Tim Grey regarding the highly praised Nikon D800 (like the impressive DxO result) that focuses on two interesting, and apparently dissonant, aspects: arguing that’s a good thing that technology limits probably aren’t what we thought and keeping it real by remembering that technology has never been a limit for creativity.
Browsing your archive and giving a second look to some of your photos can bring good things.
A very limited edition of Fuji X1 Pro with all lenses in fancy suitcase for $9000? Fuji is clearly after Leica…