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Video: Nikon D7500 first look

by on Jun.03, 2017, under Reviews


Nikon’s brand new midrange D7500 just arrived in our office. Announced back in April, the camera uses the same image sensor, metering sensor and processor as the APS-C flagship Nikon D500. It also gains 4K video capture and features a lighter design, with improved weather sealing and a deeper grip. Other improvements come in the form of a tilting touch LCD. Check out the video above for more on the Nikon D7500.



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The Joy of Digital Photography

by on Jun.03, 2017, under Tips and tricks



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AI-guided camera assistant Arsenal blows past Kickstarter funding goals

by on Jun.02, 2017, under Reviews


Last week we wrote about Arsenal, an intelligent camera assistant currently looking for crowdfunding. Since then, the Kickstarter campaign has enjoyed huge success, with over $700,000 pledged and still plenty of time left to raise more funds. Arsenal’s creator has issued an update announcing that as stretch goals have been met, additional camera support will be added for launch, along with live histogram and night focus features.

A new stretch goal for $1,000,000 has also been set. If that funding level is met, Arsenal’s creators promise it will ship with remote video control and remote video playback.

Below are the cameras added for launch. The video above, posted recently, showcases Arsenal’s time-lapse capabilities.

  • Sony a77
  • Sony a77ii
  • Sony a99
  • Sony a99ii
  • Nikon d500
  • Nikon D3000
  • Canon 760D



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