Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Nikon D800 are both new high-end DSLR cameras released in 2012. Today, we are going to make a comparison about their zoom issue. Both cameras had the same settings, like 1/50th shutter speed and the same frame rate of 24fps.
Nikon D800 is one of best high-end DSLRs which is just released in 2012. Many photographers want D800. When you search online for buying Nikon D800, you may find that most stores online are out of stock, so today, we are going to help you find Nikon D800 In Stock web stores online. Read More »
Accessory maker LockCircle has announced it will offer its ‘LockPort’ durable HDMI socket bracket for the Nikon D800. The LockPort800 combines a mounting plate that secures to the base of the camera with a miniHDMI-to-standard HDMI adapter that bolts onto it. This provides an easy-access full-size HDMI connector while also protecting your camera’s miniHDMI socket from damage. The mounting plate is designed so that the camera can still be used with other mounts, tripod plates and accessories, in tandem with the LockPort. The LockPort800 will be available from June 2012 at a cost of $199/€99.
DxO Optics Pro 7 is one of best image software corrects for various optical aberrations, notably image distortion, with corrections tuned to particular lenses and cameras. It also adjusts lighting and color rendering. After three weeks when the last update shipped, Paris, France-based DxO Labs has released Optics Pro v7.2.3, keeping up the fast development pace of its flagship image processing application.
In a statement to PDN Online, Nikon USA acknowledged the D4 / D800 lockup issue. Nikon is currently working on a permanent solution, Nikon has not said whether the permanent solution will involve a firmware update for the D4 and D800 but it seems likely. In the mean time you can turn off both the ‘Highlights’ and ‘RGB Histogram’ display options in order to avoid this problem:
If you need download Photoshop CS6 beta, please download it today, because CS6 beta download link will end today (May 3rd, at 5pm PST). Fortunately, Adobe will not be killing the beta entirely, and users with the software already installed will be allowed to continue using until the trial period ends, which company representatives say should be sometime after the final version hits stores.