Nikon Allocates Close To $18 Million To Resolve D600 Issues
Ask anyone about the Nikon D600 and their response will almost assuredly be a negative one. There is no denying that the whole snafu has resulted in a fairly significant PR black eye for Nikon, and they have taken notice.
Nikon Announces It Will Fix ALL D600 Bodies, Regardless of Warranty Status
In a move that is somewhat surprising, even if it is right, Nikon has announced that they will cover repairs and shipping on all D600 camera bodies, regardless of their warranty status. This news comes just days after reports of several possible class action lawsuits against the camera manufacturer regarding the lack of support for D600 owners.
Nikon Has Change Of Heart, Secretly Starts To Replace D600′s with D610′s
It appears that someone at Nikon is owning up to some of the problems with the D600 and has been replacing them with D610 bodies for free or small fee. According to the report over on Nikon Rumors, it appears that reports first started coming in from European countries, but that now it appears that Nikon USA is doing some replacing as well.
4 Holiday Deals You Won’t Want To Miss!
It is already too late to get any sort of gift ordered online on time for Christmas, but that doesn’t mean that the deals are no longer around. There are still a few killer holiday deals that you should be aware of – either as a late gift, or maybe as a way to spend your gift money or giftcards.
Rumor Mill: Nikon D610 To Be Announced Oct 7-8
According to the latest rumblings Nikon is set to announce its new D610 within the next few weeks, likely on October 7th or 8th. The D610 is largely thought of as a slight of hand by Nikon to try and shake the bad rep that the D600 got with its sensor oil issues.
Save a Lot of Money – Awesome Deals Now Available at B&H
We have been notified about three great deals now available on B&H for your benefit. The first deal is perfect for those of you looking to upgrade to a full frame camera. B&H has a deal on their D600 package for $2,846.95, instead of the usual $3,346.95 – That’s a $500 savings!
D600 vs 6D Epic Shootout Comparison Video
Canon or Nikon, Nikon or Canon, the age old question is just as prevalent today as it was in the 70s, 90s, and the early days of digital photography in the 2000’s. Whenever one manufacturer comes out with a new model, it is almost expected that the other will soon come out with a competitor model. The case was no different after Nikon released the D600 to much fanfare, and it was only a matter of time before the 6D was announced as well.
FX vs DX Showdown: D600 vs D7000
For today’s night cap I wanted to highlight this great video put together by the guys over at Digital Rev. In this video the team at Digital Rev pit the new D600 up against the (now 1 generation old, but still very good) D7000.
Extensive Hands-On Field Review of the Sony A99
In this extensive hands-on review, I take a look at the Sony A99 full-frame DSLT camera. It is a very competitive, full-featured camera that has the sensor performance, noise control, color rendition, and more. This is the strongest camera yet from Sony.
How to Get an Awesome Panoramic Photo
Taking panoramic photos is a fun and popular way to take widescreen photos of scenic landscape and architecture. The most important aspect of panoramic photo, however, is getting the best shots on camera. If you don’t take your time to set up your shots right, it will be difficult and sometimes almost impossible to fix it in post. Here is a checklist of what you should do in order to get the best panoramic shots.
Trend from Photokina: Full-frame Goes Mainstream
One of the noticeable trend in this year’s Photokina is the number of smaller and lighter full-frame sensor cameras that are introduced. Yes, full-frame cameras are nothing new, but typically, they are prosumer and professional spec cameras that are often large and heavy. Now, companies are innovating cameras that are smaller and more mobile, but still have a full-frame sensor. And that is great news for us.