The EVIL War Over China

Thom Hogan has been burning his proverbial pencil at both ends lately it seems.  He’s been putting out more articles lately than I’ve seen in years, and his June 28 article “China Syndrome” is a great read. Thom discusses what I’ll call the coming EVIL War Over China between Nikon [...] Read more »

Nikon D7000 – No HD Video?

Thom Hogan, eminent Nikon guru, has an interesting article on the D90 replacement over at his site (www.bythom.com – psstt… look for it in the archives).  Thom discusses the probable specs for the D90 replacement, what I’ve been calling the D7000 (based on an earlier post by Thom). The big [...] Read more »

Nikon 35mm f1.4G N AF-S ED

Is Nikon about to release another Full Frame DSLR owner’s dream lens? Nikonrumors.com has photos of what may be the new Nikon 35mm f1.4G N AF-S ED prime lens.  They look fairly real, but then again, people have gotten really good at creating fake images of supposedly new products. On [...] Read more »

Canon EOS 60D Spec List

CanonRumors has a new 60D spec list.  Here’s the short and sweet of it… 18 megapixel sensor, top ISO of 6400, AF system with 9 AF points, swingy LCD (technical word is articulating), and 1080HD video pretty much the same as the Canon 7D Ok, nothing earth shattering here.  In [...] Read more »

NIKON, SPONSOR OF THE NIKON AT JONES BEACH THEATER, WITH LIVE NATION LAUNCH NIKONLIVE.COM TO ENTERTAIN AND EDUCATE MUSIC FANS

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MELVILLE, NY (June 24, 2010) – To complement the summer concert season, Nikon announces the launch of “NikonLIVE” (www.nikonlive.com) as part of its sponsorship of the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater with Live Nation. The site will provide music fans with great content, including tips about shooting concerts and images [...] Read more »

Canon EF 35mm f1.4L Version II

Canonrumors.com is reporting that the Canon EF 35mm f1.4L may be discontinued.   They’ve received information that may have come straight from the halls of Canon. To back it up, seems as though the current 35mm f1.4L is back-ordered.  As we all know, this is usually the Canon routine when a [...] Read more »