At the moment this a complete mystery but you can go to iamnikon.com and see for yourself. At this moment the link is re-directing to http://www.europe-nikon.com/, but by Monday it should be going to a new I AM NIKON website. Update: more I AM NIKON websites 1. http://iamnikon.com 2. http://flickr.com/groups/iamnikon
When will the Apple iPod become a viable storage device for digital photography? I actually wrote most of this story a while back, but it seems to be very relevant to what is going on right now with the imminent release of some sort of Apple tablet computer. If the
Update: Nikon USA D300 Firmware Update 1.10 is now available I don’t see it available on the US Nikon site yet, but the Nikon Europe site has posted the D300 Firmware Update 1.10, for Macintosh and Windows. Nikon Europe D300 Firmware Update 1.10 – Windows Nikon Europe D300 Firmware Update
Shortly after the Nikon D300 was released, it became obvious that aside from new digital SLR users and people upgrading from the D200 (D80, D70, etc.), a lot of D2X users were also buying the D300 to use alongside their D2X. The D2X users very quickly noticed that the default
Connecting a computer to the Nikon D300 with either a USB cable or the Nikon Wireless Transmitter WT-4 allows for the remote control of most of the D300 functions and the preview of images before they are transfered to the computer. Liveview functions and the Picture Control System are fully
The love/hate relationship that many Nikon digital SLR users have with Nikon Capture is escalating to new heights. The Nikon marketing people are touting a new improved interface and new functions, that are apparently so significant that they are charging an (approx.) $100. upgrade price from Nikon Capture NX 1.