Melissa Niu of Photofocus and Chase Reynolds of LensRentals.com talk with commercial photographer Joe McNally about his decision to upgrade from the Nikon D800 to the D810 and how the D810 benefits flash shooters.
Recently my trusted Nikon d700 felt it needed a rest. The camera’s shutter is rated for 150,000 clicks. I’ve put this poor camera through the mill taking 149,652 photos over the years. The shutter needs to be replaced at a cost of about $200.00. Not bad, but it maybe time for a new camera. This […]
You’ve seen our recent announcements about our partnership with LensRentals.com and the exciting value they bring to the content of Photofocus. LensRentals.com was the very first photographic rental company to offer an optional damage waiver program to its customers. Since then, they have continued to develop innovative options for renters. Today, they announced the exciting Lenscap […]
This will be a very short review, because for me the D800 is a very confusing camera. I realize that my review will be very polarizing and controversial. If I don’t heap praise on this camera the Nikon fanboys will revolt. But I call em’ like I see em’ so here goes nothing. I’ve had […]
In view of Nikon’s announcement of the 36+ megapixel D800 camera – What Would You Consider The Perfect Amount Of Pixels To Be On A Full Frame 35mm DSLR Sensor? __________________________________ This Post Sponsored by: The Digital Camera Store At Amazon
UPDATE: Within minutes of posting this – several of you claiming to be video experts say you disagree that the 36MP is good for video. So be it. I was simply reporting what I had been told. I personally don’t have a dog in this hunt. As my post clearly expresses, I personally think 36mp […]