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Nikon D4 vs Canon 1Dx

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Here is a Preview of the Nikon D4 that I made after getting a chance to spend some time with this camera.

There are so many amazing features that have been added to this new DSLR. The ISO capability has gotten better once again and this is the first Nikon Pro camera to take a leap into serious video making territory.

Key Specs Nikon D4
16.2 megapixels FX CMOS Sensor
10 FPS
100-12,800 ISO up to 204,800 in H4
1080p 24/30 Video
720p 60 Video
New WT5 Wireless
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Canon Canonet QL17 GIII Review, How To Use, and Load Film

Canon Canonet QL17 GIII Review, How To Use, and Load Film

I review a Canon Canonet QL17 GIII, I show the controls, how to use, and how to load film.

Nikon D850 Image Quality & Dynamic Range Review: vs D810, Canon 5DS-R, Sony a7R II, Olympus E-M1 II

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Basic Starter Camera (0 used at Amazon): Canon T3
Better Starter Camera (0 at Amazon): Nikon D5300
Better Travel Camera (0 at Amazon): Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II

Good (0 at Amazon): Sony a6000
Better (,400) at Amazon: Nikon D5500 & Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8
Best (,150) at Amazon: Pentax K-1 & Pentax 24-70 f/2.8

Beginner (0 at Amazon): Canon T6i & Canon 50mm f/1.8
Better (,000 at Amazon): Nikon D610 & Tamron 70-200 f/2.8
Best (,300) at Amazon: Nikon D810 & Nikon 70-200 f/2.8E

Starter (,100 at Amazon): Canon 7D & Canon 400mm f/5.6
Great (,200 at Amazon): Nikon D500 & Nikon 200-500 f/5.6

Beginner (0 at Amazon): Panasonic G7 & Panasonic 14-42mm
Better (,400 at Amazon): Panasonic GH4 & Panasonic 14-140 f/3.5-5.6
Best (,300 at Amazon): Panasonic GH5 & Metabones Speed Booster XL & Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 & Sigma 50-100 f/1.8

Beginner (0 at Amazon): DJI Phantom 3
Travel (,000 at Amazon): DJI Mavic Pro
Better Image Quality (,500 at Amazon): DJI Phantom 4 Pro
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Overview of what's new on the Nikon D810

A quick overview of the new features of the Nikon D810 compared to the D800 and D800E. Some of the new features include a new rate of 50/60 frames per second at 1080p, zebra filtering, small RAW files and a new highlight weighted metering setting. Watch this video if you are wondering about buying a new D810.

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Nikon D5600 vs Canon T6i & T6s – Best DSLR with a Flip Screen?

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Nikon D5600 vs Canon 750D & Canon 760D Review – Best DSLR with a Flip Screen 2017

Hey whats up everyone, my names Chris Winter and in this video I’m going to go over some of the key differences and similarities between the brand new Nikon D5600 and the Canon T6i and Canon T6s so you can choose which camera will be best for you.

Battery Life

So let’s first take a look at the battery life between these two cameras. Now in my I found that I could get about 500-600 shots on the Canon T6i & Canon T6s, whereas on the Nikon D5600 I was generally getting around about 450-500. In video mode, I was getting pretty similar results. So both of cameras don’t have great battery, especially compared a camera like htis one here the Nikon D3400 which can get around 1200 shots, but they should perform ok for a day of shooting.

Focus Points

Now if you look on paper, one area where you might be slightly confused about which camera performs better is with their autofocus points. The Canon T6s has has focusing points with 19, compared to 39 on the Nikon D5600. But importantly, the Canon T6s has more cross type focus points with all 19, compared to just 9 on the Nikon D5600. Which performs better in real life. Well to me that both performed very well for entry level to mid level camera, but honestly the T6s was very good and to me with those 19 cross type points is the better focusing camera.


Next up I wanted to talk about autofocus specifically in live view mode. Now the T6i and T6s introcued a new autofocus system called Hybrid AF, which essnetisaly allows for greater Autofocus when using live view mode and in video mode. Now it’s not as good as Dual Pixel Autofocus that you’d find in the 70d and 80d but it’s very good. And it’s also much better than the Nikon D5600 offers, so if you do use live view mode alot, or want to use Autofoucs in video, the Canon T6i and Canon T6s will be better.

Slow Motion

Now both of these cameras can shoot in slowmotion at 60 frames per second, but importantly, the Nikon D5600 can shoot it at 1080p, where as the Canon T6i and Canon T6s still max out at 720p. Of course both cameras do shoot 1080p at low frame rates and in general they both look very good. Is it a huge difference, well if you don’t use slow motion a lot, it’s not going to be a big deal, but if you know you like to use it, the Nikon D5600 will be better for you.

Timelapse Mode

Now if you’re into vlogging or cinematography, one feature that you might like is timelapse mode, and this comes built into the new Nikon D5600. Rather than using an intervalometer to create a timelapse like you’d have to do on the Canon T6s, it’s much easier to do on the Nikon D5600. So if know that you want to take a lot timelapses, for something like vlogging, the Nikon D5600 will be the much easier choice.

Flip Screen

One of my favorite features on both of these cameras are the swivelling artuclaing screens. compared to some cameras, such as the Sony A6300, where you only get a partially swivelling screen, the Nikon D5600 and the Canon T6i and Canon T6s have a flip screen. These are great if you want to get shots from all different angles, up high, down low and also if you want to film yourself like I’m doing right now. There’s no real difference between the two, they work great and they both even allow you to flip in the screen to the back, so it’s safer when you travel.

Top LCD Screen

One feature that is in the Canon T6s and the not the Canon T6i or the Nikon D5600 is the top LCD Screen. This is often found in pro cameras and not beginner cameras and is a great little feature as it allows you to quickly see your settings without having to look though your viewfinder or on your lcd. So if that’s something you might interested in, the Canon T6s will be the right one for you.
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Nikon D610 review

The Nikon D610 comes as an update to the Nikon D600 and from our tests dirty sensor issues have been addressed with a new shutter mechanism.

Angela Nicholson takes a look at what this camera has to offer for more information and the full review check out
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The Canon Camera Guide to Flash Terminology.

The Canon Camera Guide to Flash Terminology.

This flash terminology guide will give a brief overview of the various terms and idea used commonly with respect to the Canon EOS flash photography.

Strobe and Flash.

The main differences between a strobe and a flash are the use of terminology according to UK or US English. In the US, a strobe is a flash unit whereas in UK a strobe refers to anything emitting blinking lights. Another confusion in terms is the between “Speedlight” and “Speedlite”. Both are trade names of Nikon and Canon respectively used for their series of flash units.

Guide Number

This number refers to the maximum distance which a flash is range for. This number is irrelevant when you are using the automatic flash metering system. However the number is crucial if you are involved with manual flash settings.

Exposure Value (EV)

EV or Exposure value is the value used for deciding the sensitivity of the AF (Auto Focus) system or exposure metering which

Waterproof Nylon SLR Camera Bag Case Shoulder Padded Backpack for Canon Nikon

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Canon EOS 6D vs Nikon D600

Canon EOS 6D vs Nikon D600

Which one is the better “cheaper but not-so cheap” full-frame DSLRs from Canon and Nikon? We take a look at the new 6D( and the D600(

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First movie-test with the new NIKON D600.
Lenses used for this test: Nikon 50mm f/1.8D, Nikon 105mm f/2.8 VR, Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8, Nikon 300mm f/4.


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