• The perfect flash

    Nice Foto Wireless Studio nFlash 680 A. There is no doubt that this this is our favourite gear when it comes to lighting.

    Wireless flash 007

    Easy to use with a clear display. Handy when working in a dark studio.

    This flash is powerful, easy to carry (1.5 kg) and very versatile with the standard dish and the diffusor glass, included in the kit. It makes a compact source of light, which significantly reduces the risk of unwanted reflections, compared to an umbrella or softbox. It is also makes the strobe less sensitive to wind when used outdoors.

    Those of you who need strobes for a home studio will appreciate the (more…)

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  • New Sony α77 II for ambitious action photographers

    79 phase detection AF points, 12 fps shooting for up to 60 frames, 24.3 MP APS-C sensor, in this new dust and moisture sealed interchangeable lens camera from Sony.

    This camera can record full HD movies using the AVCHD 2.0 format and has a range of new features for video enthusiasts.

    The Sony α77 II will be available in June 2014 in a kit with a 16-50mm F2.8 lens (model SAL1650) for a suggested retail price of $1800. It will also be offered separately as a body for a suggested retail price of $1200.


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  • Light field photography – a bright new image technology

    Imagine a three dimensional photo, where you at any time can set the focal point as you please.

    For us, who grew up in the film-era, it can be very hard to grasp how it can be possible to change the focus after the image has been taken, change the perspective (a little bit), and even to show a 3D image without special filters or glasses. (more…)

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  • Nikon releases Capture NX-D

    Capture NX-D is software for processing and adjusting RAW images, (with the NEF or NRW file extension), captured with Nikon digital SLR cameras. It is now available for download as free beta version.

    In addition to RAW images, the application can also be used to adjust JPEG and TIFF files.

    Nikon will continue to update and provide support for the current Capture NX 2 application while the beta version of Capture NX-D is available. However, once the official version of Capture NX-D is released, they will no longer support Capture NX 2.

    The software can be downloaded here.



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