Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Meet the Nikon D810 and 30 Essential Tools for Summer

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Tuesday 01 July 2014

This week has seen the arrival of the feverishly anticipated successor to the Nikon D800 and D800E. Meet the Nikon D810 - a 36-million-pixel monster with a bolstered frame rate, expanded ISO sensitivity and Full HD 1080p movie shooting.

Nikon claims the D810 will deliver the best images in the firm's history. We've gotten our hands on it to deliver a first look. See whether we reckon they're on track.

Elsewhere we've seen a UK photographer win a Gold Award in an international competition held by the Royal Photographic Society. See the winning shot here.

Finally, for those who may have missed it, we've taken a closer look at the the future of high-street camera shops. Our News Editor Chris Cheesman investigates how brick-and-mortar camera retailers are fighting the threat of online shopping. Do physical camera shops have a future? We find out.

That's all for this week

Nigel Atherton, Editor
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7 reasons the Nikon D810 might be the perfect all-round DSLR

Nikon claims the D810 boasts the best image quality of any of its cameras, but the pixel count is far from the only place where it has been given a boost. With a host of upgrades and new features, could the new Nikon D810 be the DSLR that suits every photographer?

We look a little closer at the potential of this exciting new camera

30 things you need in your photo kit bag this summer

Travelling provides us with some of the greatest photographic opportunities, but there's nothing worse than seeing the perfect composition and not being able to make the most of it because you were missing a simple but vital piece of equipment.

We've suggested 30 essential tools
that will not only help you capture those great images, but they will also help you take better shots, allow you to share them with others, and keep them safe.


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