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Download Fujit X-T3 User Manual

Finally you can download the user manual of the Fuji X-T3 camera. The Fuji XT 3 (B&H | Amazon.com) camera was announced back on September 6th, 2018. The camera do have very promising core specification and of course it is one of the best APS-C camera in the market.

Click here to Download the user Manual of the camera

Click here to download Official Specification PDF Sheet

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Nikon P900 vs Nikon P610

Nikon-P900-vs-P610-imgBattle of the Megazooms, Nikon P900 is a recently announced camera and successor of Nikon P610.. take a look at the specification comparison review below and share your thoughts…

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Sensor – Both camera shares same sensor resolution and size and even the ISO range is also same, hence we do expect that we will get same image quality from both the camera.

Lens

  • With Nikon P900 we get approx 23X more optical zoom, hence if you are looking for zoom camera we highly recommend you to get the new Nikon P900.
  • The other important factor is bright aperture based optical elements, hence at the end the Nikon P900 sensor will get more light compared to the Nikon P610 sensor, so we may observe some better and clean images from Nikon P900 compared to Nikon P610.
  • Both camera can take extreme close-up shots, so no difference in macro capability of both the camera and both lens features same optical based image stabilization system.

Video: The Nikon P900 supports Full HD video recording @ 60fps on the other hand the Nikon P610 limited to 30fps only.

Both camera features Wi-Fi and NFC, it allow you to quickly share photos with family and friends, while the GPS can pinpoint where your images were shot.

Price difference – The Nikon P900 will cost you $100 more than the Nikon P610… so the price difference is not so high compared to the difference of zoom lens (23X)

High ISO Test Between Nikon COOLPIX P900 vs. Nikon COOLPIX P610

Nikon COOLPIX P900 vs. Nikon COOLPIX P610

Verdict: Based on specification comparison review we highly recommend you to buy the Nikon P900 camera, since it features 23X more optical zoom compared to the Nikon P610 and bright aperture zoom lens.

Nikon P610 from Amazon | B&H

Nikon P900 from Amazon | B&H

Nikon V1 and J1 Firmware Update

Nikon V1 and J1New firmware update arrived for Nikon V1 and J1, miss-communication issue with the Speedlight SB-N5 flash now resolved, and according to Nikon “When switching from framing photos in the monitor to using the electronic viewfinder, or vice versa, with focus mode set toMF (manual focus) and the display zoomed in, the camera sometimes did not function properly. This issue has been resolved.”

Download Nikon V1 and Nikon J1 firmware from Nikon USA website

Leaf Aptus-II New user interface

Leaf New version of its Leaf Capture in-body software, this redesigned Leaf GUI is more intuitive and user-friendly. Designed with the needs of professional photographers in mind, it offers improved workflow processes and quicker access to important tools through its new menu – favorite settings. The new Leaf GUI’s outdoor theme also makes exterior shooting much easier by improving visibility in high glare and reflection situations.

The new Leaf GUI is available for all models in the Leaf Aptus-II series including Leaf’s latest product, the Leaf Aptus-II 12, an 80 megapixel digital back. In addition to the new GUI, the release of Leaf Capture 11.5 includes support for lens calibration when shooting to a CF card.

Leaf was the first digital back producer to offer customers a touch screen display, which at 3.5” is currently the largest available in the market.

Nikon Update ViewNX 2 software

About View NX2 for windows ViewNX 2 is all-in-one image browsing and editing software application for both still images and movies. It is a fun and easy-to-use application offering enhanced operation.

Modifications enabled with version 2.1.2:

  • An issue would occur where if ViewNX 2 was upgraded to Ver. 2.1.0 or Ver. 2.1.1 without uninstalling Ver. 2.0.0–2.0.3, my Picturetown did not display properly in ViewNX 2.  This issue has been resolved.

Website: support.nikonusa.com

AdoAdobe Photoshop Express Version 2.0 for iPad, iPod & iPhone

New in Adobe Photoshop Express Version 2.0
• New Camera workflow for rapid in-app photo-taking
• In-App Purchase of Adobe Camera Pack: Reduce Noise, Self Timer, and Auto Review
• Full Retina Display Support

Download at: itunes.apple.com

Hasselblad releases the new Phocus Family

Hasselblad launches the new version of its imaging software, Phocus 2.6, and announces the availability of two exciting new Phocus standalone products.

Hasselblad is proud to introduce the Phocus Family of software products, offering tools matching the changing working conditions photographers face with each new assignment. With three different products, each catering to a different style of working, these new Phocus options easily overcome shifting workflow challenges by providing a high level of efficiency and flexibility of choice.

Phocus 2.6 – available for download now

Phocus 2.6 is Hasselblad’s powerful, easy-to-use imaging software. It offers improvements that expand both application’s capabilities and workflow speed. Brand new cross-platform features such as the Dust Removal Tool, Star Rating and Filtering, a much faster multi-shot viewer and improved quality at lower resolution, plus Windows support for TIFF and JPEG files are now part of version 2.6.

Phocus Quick – available for download now

Phocus Quick offers a semi-automated solution to import and process your raw files using the core strengths of the full version of Phocus. The application imports your images applying basic image adjustments and saves both – a backup raw copy and a jpg of each image. Ready for printing or viewing, and ready for future more advanced imaging enhancements.

Phocus Mobile – available for download in March 2011

Phocus Mobile completes the Phocus Family with an imaging app for iPads and iPhones. The app connects wirelessly to a Mac running Phocus 2.6 and allows users to remotely browse, and rate images. With an H4D camera connected, you have full access to tethered shooting, including all the unique camera controls offered by the H4D. Phocus Mobile is available as a free download in March 2011 from the Apple App store.

To download Phocus 2.6 and Phocus Quick for free, simply register your email-address at:
http://www.hasselblad.com/service–support/technical-support/software-downloads.aspx