Live from CES 2015! Lindsay Silverman joins us on the BeTerrific CES 2015 Live Stage to show us the brand new Nikon D5500 and D750 DSLR Cameras, and the newly redesigned Nikon 300mm f4!
Be sure to look me up on Instragram! http://instagram.com/michaelthemaven Many of you have asked about the Dynamic Range Tests & if there was a mix up. There wasn't. The methodology section is talking about HOW it is done. If there are any doubts, you can see the original tests here, including EXIF DATA: http://www.michaelthemaven.com/?postID=3431& - includes the D750 vs 5Diii vs 7Dii The opening music is called “Sinister Intent” by Danny Locke and it was licensed through songfreedom.com - he does some spectacular work and I hope to license more of his music in the future. The stead-cam shots were all done with the Canon 5Diii on a glide-cam 4000. First off, you should know the Canon 5Diii is my workhorse camera. I used it nearly every single day I shoot. There is something about the look of the image itself I still ove, and it is very easy to use. I don’t think that will change too much in the immediate future. When I originally started testing the Nikon D750 I was just super impressed with the still images coming out of it, there was a look and a sharpness that was noticeable and I found myself wanting to use it more and more. Eventually I came to the conclusion that the D750 was very different than the D600/610 based on image quality alone and it actually lined up very well against Canon’s 5Diii. Despite using both cameras regularly since their release, I knew that it would be impossible to say for sure which one was better and how, unless I did an Epic Shootout on them. I believe you will find many of the results surprising. This video represents a good 3-4 weeks of testing and production, so just know I do not take my Epic Shootouts lightly. Many of the tests were performed several times. In the end, your skills as a photographer are going to be much more important than the camera you are using, if you are struggling to learn you camera, I have you covered: My Nikon D750 Tutorial Training Video Can be ordered here: http://www.canontrainingvideo.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=3&products_id=77 My Canon 5Diii Tutorial Training Video can be ordered here: http://www.canontrainingvideo.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=3&products_id=41 All of my Canon and Nikon training tutorial products: http://www.michaelthemaven.com/products * Michael The Maven is a participant in the B&H Photo affiliate program that provides an advertising commission if you purchase through these links. You can order the Canon 5Diii from bhphoto.com here: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/847545-REG/Canon_5260A002_EOS_5D_Mark_III.html/BI/2765/KBID/3688 You can order the Nikon D750 from bhphoto.com here: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1082599-REG/nikon_d750_dslr_camera_body.html/BI/2765/KBID/3688 Other gear includes: Nikon 24-70 2.8 - http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/520637-USA/Nikon_2164_AF_S_Nikkor_24_70mm_f_2_8G.htmlBI/2765/KBID/3688 Canon 24-70 2.8 L II- http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/843008-USA/Canon_5175B002_EF_24_70mm_f_2_8L_II.html/BI/2765/KBID/3688 Glide-cam 4000: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/579908-REG/Glidecam_HD_4000_HD4000_Stabilizer_System.html/BI/2765/KBID/3688 Dynamic Range Test Methodology: http://www.michaelthemaven.com/?postID=3431&canon-7dii-vs-nikon-d750-dynamic-range-test-by-michael-the-maven Sony A7s vs Lumix GH4 Epic Shootout: http://youtu.be/qdMypfYrKgw Thank you your likes, shares and especially for your continued support! 1:08 Intro With Features and Specs 5:33 Servo Sports Test 8:28 High Speed Burst Buffer Performance 10:30 Low Light Focus Test 12:26 ISO Tests 14:10 Dynamic Range 16:36 Video ISO Noise 17:04 Rolling Shutter 17:22 Morie 18:05 High Dynamic Range 19:12 - Portrait Test 21:13 - Side Notes 23:08 - Conclusion 25:30 - Note for Video Shooters
A complete overview of the Nikon D5500 Movie Mode settings and video capabilities of the camera, including LOTS of test footage and tips for shooting video with a DSLR. Nikon D5500 Price & Specs: http://bhpho.to/1HKuQmn X-Rite Colour Checker Passport: http://bhpho.to/ZQvb02 Sekonic Litemaster Pro Light Meter: http://bhpho.to/1BW0CrD Zacuto EVF: http://bhpho.to/1zOzWgj thankU Furniture: http://www.thanku.ca Follow Nice Lady Productions: Twitter: https://twitter.com/niceladypro Instagram: https://instagram.com/niceladyproductions Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/niceladyproductions Tumblr: http://www.niceladyproductions.info
Denis Rule reviews the new Nikon AF-S 300mm F4.0 PF ED VR Nano with sample images plus a lighting tutorial using the Aurora Lite Bank Firefly Duet. Show website http://www.SnapShotShow.com Denis Rule Photography http://www.rulephoto.com On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/snapshotshow On Flickr at https://www.flickr.com/photos/rulephoto/ On Twitter https://twitter.com/DenisRule
The new 36-megapixel full-frame Nikon D810(http://bit.ly/NIKON-D810) benefits from not having an AA filter. Although that's what everyone thought the D800E's(http://bit.ly/NIKON-D800E) was supposed to be. In this head-to-head comparison review we put both cameras through their paces to find out whether the D810 is really worth the upgrade or would you be fine with a D800E? Pricing Reference: Nikon D800E: http://www.digitalrev.com/product/nikon-d800e-dslr-body/MTAwMDI5Nw_A_A Nikon D810: http://www.digitalrev.com/product/nikon-d810-dslr-body/MTEwMzUxNg_A_A Connect with us: ================================== Facebook: http://facebook.com/digitalrev Twitter: http://twitter.com/digitalrev Google+: http://google.com/+digitalrev Instagram: http://instagram.com/digitalrev Flickr: http://flickr.com/digitalrev DigitalRev: http://digitalrev.com/digitalrev Fancy Reading? ================================== Bokeh by DigitalRev: http://bokeh.digitalrev.com The fresher and funner photography read Watch More DRTV Videos ================================== http://tv.digitalrev.com Join DigitalRev Social and share your photos: ================================== http://digitalrev.com/signup http://digitalrev.com/discover Shop DigitalRev Online Store: ================================== http://digitalrev.com/shop
http://froknowsphoto.com/nikon-d750-review/ Click Here to download the full res jpegs and 7 DNG RAW Files. Let me start of by saying this right off the bat, if I was in the market for my first Full Frame DSLR this camera would be it. When I got the call from Nikon that they were about to announce another NEW Full frame camera I was a little shocked. They already had the D610 and the D810 so where would a new camera fit in the lineup and what would it be called. You might think the new camera would be called the D710 but no, Nikon opted for the next best choice, the D750. Many people have been waiting for a replacement to the Nikon D700 which packs the top of the line sensor and pro features, but is this the answer? I am not going to run down all the specs of the Nikon D750 again as I did a preview of the camera right here. What I will do is go into how I tested the camera and why. First off my style is to use cameras opposed to "test" cameras in the lab. Sure certain "lab" tests may garner interesting results but I want to know how the camera actually handles in the real world. For the Nikon D750 review I chose to go back to High School and shoot a Thursday night football game under the lights. When I say under the lights what I really mean are the four polls with things on top of them that kind of illuminate the playing field. Click the link above to read the full review. Please Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jaredpolin To connect with FroKnowsPhoto please follow below http://froknowsphoto.com/flashguide/ Check out the FroKnowsPhoto Flash Guide. http://froknowsphoto.com/fro-video-gu... FroKnowsPhoto Beginner Guide http://store.froknowsphoto.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/froknowsphoto Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/froknowsphoto
This week we take a look at another wide-angle zoom, but this time from Nikon. This is a monster lens, with a monster aperture for a wide-angle: f/2.8(http://bit.ly/AFS14-24). How does this Nikkor perform? Is it worth the cash? Pricing reference: http://www.digitalrev.com/en/nikon-af-s-nikkor-14-24mm-f2-dot-8g-ed-and-nikon-af-s-nikkor-70-200mm-f2-dot-8g-ed-vr-ii-10101.html Connect with us: ================================== Facebook: http://facebook.com/digitalrev Twitter: http://twitter.com/digitalrev Google+: http://google.com/+digitalrev Instagram: http://instagram.com/digitalrev Flickr: http://flickr.com/digitalrev DigitalRev: http://digitalrev.com/digitalrev Fancy Reading? ================================== Bokeh by DigitalRev: http://bokeh.digitalrev.com The fresher and funner photography read Watch More DRTV Videos ================================== http://tv.digitalrev.com Join DigitalRev Social and share your photos: ================================== http://digitalrev.com/signup http://digitalrev.com/discover Shop DigitalRev Online Store: ================================== http://digitalrev.com/shop
Hi there! In this video I'm discussing why I shoot primes and what prime lenses I currently use in my camera lens kit. Also a bit on Primes versus Zoom lenses. I'll be adding a few zooms to my kit again as well and will talk about the benefits of zooms in a future video after spending a good amount of time shooting only primes. Hopefully this is interesting. Thanks for watching!
This is a comparison about Nikon's two excellent lenses. Nikon 300mm f2.8 vr versus Nikon 200mm f2 vr. This are both amazing performers in terms of image quality. Sports,wildlife,portrait, you can shoot a lot of different things with these beasts! After using them for sometime I decided to go for 300mm f2.8 vr. The only reason is: i needed the reach more than the wider aperture. When you are sooting wildlife, you can never get enough focal length! If i was not shooting wildlife, i would choose the 200mm f2. But if i could afford the 400mm f2.8 vr + the 200mm f2 vr This would be an epic combo. Special thanks to our model: Nessi - E-Mail-Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Music by Teknoaxe http://www.youtube.com/show/teknoaxesroyaltyfreemusic/videos Teknoaxe has the coolest musics please check them up! Our website: www.ozkanozmenphotography.com
One of the most common challenges for photographers is capturing a good image with detail in low-light environments. Fortunately, today’s DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have a bunch of settings, lenses, and add-ons like flashes to make them more sensitive in low light. Camera Settings There are three settings you can adjust to help your camera get enough light for an exposure: 1. Increase the sensitivity of your camera to light (ISO setting) 2. Open the aperture to let in more light all at once 3. Keep the shutter open longer to let in more light over time Adding Light to Your Environment Obvious tips to improve low-light photography include turning on all the lights or temporarily removing lampshades. But a must-have piece of equipment is a 5-in-1 Reflector Disc that allows you to bounce available light at your subject as well as control the quality of light depending on which color side you use. Another very helpful add-on is a flash unit (also called speed lights or hot shoe flashes). You can buy a dedicated speed light made by your camera’s manufacturer, or you can buy compatible after-market lights. Some tips to improve your flash photography include: 1. If you are working with a camera-mounted flash, try pointing the flash at a ceiling or wall; if the ceiling or wall is white, that will add a smoothness to your subject and the whole room. Pointing the flash right at your subject because it will create hard shadows, harsh highlights, and sometimes red eye. 2. Remote flashes allow you to put your light source somewhere else in the room, thus giving you much more control over the light. Types of remote flashes include wired, infrared, and wireless radio triggers Shop Equipment: Cameras - http://bit.ly/Casmeras-at-BH Lighting - http://bit.ly/Lighting-at-BH Flashes - http://bit.ly/BH-On-Camera-Flashes Light Modifiers - http://bit.ly/BH-Light-Modifiers Suggested Content 10 Essential Tips for Night Photography | B&H Explora Blog http://bit.ly/10-Essential-Tips-for-Night-Photo Subscribe to the B&H Photo YouTube Channel http://bit.ly/SubscribetoBHPhoto Follow us on Social Media -- https://www.facebook.com/bhphoto -- https://www.instagram.com/bhphoto -- https://twitter.com/BHPhotoVideo