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Nikon D5 firmware update adds useful 'recall shooting functions' feature

Nikon has released firmware version 1. 30 for its D5 professional DSLR, and the new camera software offers a new feature that's potentially very useful: recall shooting functions. The "recall shooting functions" option is now available for Custom settings f1 (custom control assignment) and can be configured so that pressing and holding specific controls will recall previously saved exposure settings (including shutter speed and aperture). dpreview.com

2018-5-26 16:33

Sony launches a7 III: sub-$2000 24MP full frame mirrorless with a9/a7R III advances

Sony has announced the a7 III, a sub-$2000 image-stabilized 24MP full frame mirrorless camera that incorporates many of the features and improvements brought in with the a9 and a7R III. Primary among these are the introduction of a BSI sensor, along with the larger capacity 'Z' battery, AF joystick and the EyeAF feature that impressed us so much on the 42MP model. dpreview.com

2018-2-27 04:06

Film vs Digital: Fashion photography shootout

Photographer Anita Sadowska likes to set up "challenges" on her YouTube channel, and when she sent us her most recent one, we knew we'd want to share it. Unlike most of her challenges, where you get to compare different photographers, in this one you're comparing different mediums: Anita shot with her Canon 5D Mark IV, while her challengee Alex Hutchinson shot on either a Pentax 67 or Nikon N80. dpreview.com

2018-1-20 04:23