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October 31, 2006

Darryll Schiff: Honored Nikonian

Nikonian Darryll Schiff (username DSchiff) has the honor of being one of the 100 photographers on display in "The Collectible Moment: Photographs in the Norton Simon Museum", in Pasadena, CA USA, from October 13, 2006 through February 26, 2007.

This exhibit is a retrospective of the Museums collection in which they have chosen approximately 160 works to showcase their internationally known photography collection. Darryl's work "Untitled/Trees Lake Michigan" is a combination of three negatives shot in 1971 on what was his second Nikon, a F2, and is also in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, MOMA, George Eastman House, and others.
Since then, Darryll has used a F3 and a F5, and is currently working with a D200.

Posted by jrp at 4:58 PM

October 28, 2006

Nikon Embargoes Cuban Boy In UN Contest

Several news channels including Japan Times are reporting that Nikon recently honored a US embargo against Cuba in the course of handing out prizes at the recent 15th International Children's Painting contest hosted by the United Nations.

The Japanese camera maker was the co-sponsor of the contest, which provided all the winners, except a Cuban boy, with digital cameras during the awards ceremony in Algiers. Nikon stated that because of the U.S. made components within the cameras, they could not award him the device and provided him with an alternative prize of art materials instead. Cuban news sources supposedly claim that Castro took it upon himself to provide the boy with a similar camera to compensate for the national slight.

Posted by covey22 at 7:13 PM

Nikonians News Flash #25


Listen in for info on the latest releases from Adobe, Quantum Instruments, Inc, and MacWorld Reviews.

Download Nikonians News Flash #25 (NPC-NF-2006-10-28.mp3; 7:02; 6.5MB; MP3 format)

Nikonians News Flash #25: October 28, 2006

In The News

Adobe releases Lightroom Beta 4.1.

MacWorld reviews the latest version of Apple's Aperture 1.5. It's looking good!

The PhotoPlus Expo 2006 has announcements from Quantum Instruments, Inc. Read more here in the Nikonians news blog.

Nikon rebates are out! Time to assuage the NAS!

From The Forums:

Travel & Getting Together Forums
2008 Wild Brown Bear Photo Trip. Check this thread for more information on the excursion in Finland.

Multilingual Nikonians
The English Cafe' brings us some discussions on the newest web browsers, and more.

Nikon Products Forums
Don't forget about our dedicated D80 forum!

Image Sharing-Post Pictures Forums
Dog-lovers check out Lab Nap.

email me at

Posted by odle2 at 1:38 PM

October 27, 2006

Nikon rebates rolled out

Don't forget to check for rebates while doing your Nikon gift shopping for the Holidays.
Nikon has announced their latest rebate program, with a triple-tier of options. The Select and Save rebate offer runs October 26, 2006 through January 28, 2007.

Posted by flashdeadline at 4:47 PM

Quantum Introduces QNexus Flash System



PhotoPlus Expo 2006 Quantum Instruments Inc., of Hauppauge, New York, is introducing three major new products, as well as numerous new accessories and upgrades. This marks the largest one-time line expansion in the company's history and reinforces its role as an essential supplier of professional photographic instruments:

NEW QNexus When mounted to Quantum's new-generation Qflash 5d-R flash units, this ingenious receiver/decoder "reads" wireless TTL signals directly from Canon and Nikon shoe mount master flashes. It integrates multiple high-power Qflash 5d-R's into Canon or Nikon wireless TTL systems where they act as dedicated, full-function remotes controlled totally from the camera's flash menu. Qnexus supports all Canon and Nikon wireless flash functions including Manual, Automatic, TTL and TTL-Ratio.

A Qnexus equipped Qflash 5d-R produces 150 to 400 watt-seconds of beautiful studio-quality lighting (models QFT5d-R and QFX5d-R respectively). Qnexus greatly expands creative options for portrait and event photography. For example, photographers can make a great portable portrait set-up by using a Qflash in a softbox or with an umbrella, as the main light source, and use their Canon or Nikon flash for fill. Or, for those tricky, large group photos, they can use any combination of Qflashes with camera manufacturer's flashes as remotes, all controlled by a Nikon or Canon wireless controller. Qnexus/Qflash adds both power and versatility to the system.

Qnexus features a multi-function LED that indicates it is programmed for either Nikon or Canon wireless flash commands. Qnexus also indicates when the unit receives a command from the on-camera master flash or controller. A channel dial corresponds to the channel settings for Nikon or Canon systems. In addition, "Group" settings can be utilized to control multiple Qflashes with TTL ratios, or combine them in one group for extraordinary wireless flash power.

NEW Qflash 5d-R Qflash 5d-R ("d" for digital and "R" for Ratio)- is the latest evolution in Quantum's proven Qflash portable flash line. The new 5d-R series used with Quantum's FreeXwire digital radio system, now support wireless control of all dedicated camera-flash functions Manual, TTL, Auto, Auto-fill and TTL Ratio up to 500 ft. away!

Qflash 5d-R units blend seamlessly with Canon, Nikon and other popular, professional, digital camera systems using Quantum's proprietary QTTL adapters. In some situations, Qflash even provides capabilities a camera system may not support- such as wireless remote Fill-Flash. Exposure ratios for local and remote Qflashes can also be set from an on-camera Qflash 5d-R, even if the camera system does not support TTL-Ratio.

Combined, the Qflash 5d-R and FreeXwire systems open up an exciting new world of wireless- creative freedom, where even the most complex lighting set-ups can be accomplished quickly, easily and reliably.

The new 5d-R series includes two models: the Qflash T5d-R powered by Quantum Turbo-series batteries, and the Qflash X5d-R powered by Quantum's Qpaq-X battery system. The T5d-R provides up to 150 watt-seconds of beautiful, studio quality lighting (vs. 50 watt-seconds for shoe mount flashes) while the X5d-R units deliver up to 400 watt-seconds each.

NEW Turbo Compact Slim A new, ultra-lightweight, ultra-slim, ultra-compact addition to Quantum's popular Turbo battery line. The new Turbo SC ("S" for Slim and "C" for Compact) provides typical all-day flash shooting capacity like the standard Turbo, yet weighs less than a pound and fits easily in a shirt pocket! "It's so small, light and easy-to-carry"...said one photographer who tried it..."that I completely forgot it was there!"

State-of-the-art NiMH batteries power the Turbo SC for lightning-fast recycling times and high capacity. Despite its mini proportions, it provides up to 225 full-power flashes with Quantum's Qflash units, or 400 shoe mount flashes, on a single 1.5-hour charge. And, like all Quantum batteries, the new Turbo SC features a computerized "fuel gauge" that clearly displays the amount of power remaining and monitors charging progress.

The Turbo SC is compatible with all Quantum "C" and "CC-Series" flash cables. It includes a removable belt clip and a 100 to 200 volt charger. When the unit is registered, Quantum will send the customer a free leather shoulder strap.

Quantum Instruments, Inc. is dedicated to providing photographers with the finest quality products, proudly designed and manufactured in the USA. For more information visit or call 631-656-7400.

Posted by covey22 at 1:23 AM

October 26, 2006

The Image Doctors #26

This week, Jason is going solo because Rick Walker is at the 6th Annual Nikonians Photo Adventure Trip (ANPAT). Learn why attending an ANPAT is one of the best weeks of photography you'll ever have, and how to join your fellow Nikonians in 2007.
Download The Image Doctors #26 (NPC-ID-2006-10-26.mp3; 13:01, 4.7MB, mp3 format).

Show Notes:
ANPAT information and discussion forum at Nikonians
How to choose a Nikon DSLR
Nikonians Resource Pages
Download Settings files (20kb ZIP archive) for Capture NX from Jason's website

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Posted by drjay32 at 5:32 AM

October 24, 2006

Nat Geo Masterclass on Shooting Rome

A Guardian Unlimited journalist gets a different perspective on the Eternal City, courtesy of a National Geographic photographer.

Editor's note: The photographs accompanying the article certainly are not mainstream by any means, yet they've effectively captured the essence of this beautiful ancient city just as well as any "postcard" shot.

Posted by covey22 at 3:12 AM

Macworld Focuses on Aperture 1.5

Macworld has the latest review on Apple's Aperture 1.5.

If you plan to use Aperture primarily to import, cull, and organize photos, and you rely on Photoshop for image editing - by all means consider the latest version. Aperture 1.5 also deserves a close look if you've outgrown iPhoto and you primarily shoot in JPEG format.

Posted by covey22 at 2:11 AM

October 22, 2006

Adobe Posts Lightroom Beta 4.1

Adobe Labs released Lightroom Beta 4.1 on Thursday October 19th. Changes include:

* Resolves external editor conflict
* Corrects export orientation for constrained portrait images
* Resolves missing image error with large web galleries
* Provides Photo Binder platform compatibility on optical media

Posted by covey22 at 12:38 AM

October 21, 2006

Nikonians News Flash #24


Tune in for the latest information about the release of Nikon's newest 70-300 VR lens, and the latest from the forums!

Download Nikonians News Flash #24 (NPC-NF-2006-10-21.mp3; 7:40; 7.1MB; MP3 format)

Nikonians News Flash #24: October 21, 2006

In The News:

Nikon has announced a delay in the release of the new 70-300mm/4.5-5.6 VR lens to December! Check out the press release here in Japanese.

Nikon also annouced the opening of a new Australian subsidiary.

Have fun in the Smokies, and let me know how things went!

From The Forums:
The NorCal Nikonians are off on their next trek next Saturday!

A Nikonian in Austin, TX is looking for people in the area. Find "flatlander22" here.

Segment #5 of the Photographer of the Year 2006 contest is still open.

Email me with your comments at

Posted by odle2 at 8:00 AM

October 17, 2006

Nikon Establishes Australian Subsidiary

Our members Down Under will now have access to a direct subsidiary of Nikon locally. Nikon has announced the establishment of NIKON AUSTRALIA PTY LTD as an official sales and service channel provider with offices in Lidcombe, a suburb of Sydney. It's unclear at this time what the status of the relationship is with Maxwell Optical Industries Pty Ltd, the longtime presence of Nikon on the continent since 1959.

Posted by covey22 at 5:59 PM

Nikon 70-300mm VR Release Moved To December

Nikon has pushed back the release of the much-anticipated 70-300mm/4.5-5.6 VR AFS to December 7th. A rough translation cited "orders exceeding expectation" as the cause.

Posted by covey22 at 2:28 AM

October 16, 2006

Coolpix S Owners Score Free Zac Posen Cases


For the discriminating Coolpix owner, Nikon has teamed up with popular designer Zac Posen to offer free cases for owners of S7c and S9 models.

The bags are stylish cases of soft Italian leather based upon the designer's Fall 2006 line of handbags, and are completely free with registration of the owner's model and serial number. (Click on Coolpix at the bottom of the screen).


We contacted Nikon USA's press folks today (October 17) and they assure us the limited quantity has not been depleted yet. (But, it's getting close).

Here's the transcript of Nikon's Press Release:

MELVILLE, NY (October 13, 2006) – Nikon is at the intersection of high fashion and high-technology this fall with a new partnership to provide a stunning look for style conscious and tech savvy digital camera users. Nikon and Zac Posen, House of Z, LLC, announce the creation of an Exclusive Limited Edition Zac Posen COOLPIX Camera Accessory. Nikon COOLPIX users can now carry their digital camera in a fashionable yet functional camera accessory.
"As a style-focused brand, we are constantly looking for new ways to accommodate the image-savvy consumer. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Zac Posen, a celebrated and talented designer," said Lisa Baxt, senior communications manager, for Nikon, Inc. "This partnership is based on our admiration of his creative talent, his love for Nikon and how his fashion line plays well with the stylish design of the COOLPIX Style Series cameras."
Posen's inspiration came from his current Fall 2006 clothing and hand bag collection with the look and feel of vintage camera cases. The COOLPIX Camera Accessory is made with luxurious Italian leathers which provide stylish durability and complement Posen's current collection. Posen's signature Z rivets complete the piece as a beautiful accent.
"I've partnered with Nikon because I believe two brands have synergy and both appeal to customers with high expectations for quality and design," said Posen. "Working closely with Nikon has given me the opportunity to create a spectacular accessory for an equally stunning digital camera."
The Zac Posen COOLPIX Camera Accessory will be available beginning October 13th on The limited time, exclusive product will be available to Nikon COOLPIX users only. The accessory was designed for the new line-up of Nikon's COOLPIX Style series digital cameras, including the new COOLPIX S7c and S9. These cameras are stylish, edgy and combine high-quality imaging performance with impressive photo sharing technology, like the S7c's ability to email images from the camera.
For more information about the Nikon and Zac Posen partnership and to secure one of these great looking accessories, visit

]About Nikon
Nikon, At the Heart of the Image (tm) . Nikon Inc. is the world leader in digital imaging, precision optics and photo imaging technology and is globally recognized for setting new standards in product design and performance for its award-winning consumer and professional photographic equipment. Nikon Inc. distributes the Nikon Total Imaging System of consumer and professional digital SLR cameras, Nikkor optics, Speedlights and System Accessories; Nikon COOLPIX compact digital cameras; Coolscan digital film scanners; 35mm film SLR cameras; Nikon software products and Nikon sports and recreational optics. At the heart of every Nikon camera is Nikon's Exclusive Feature System, making it easy for anyone to take amazing digital pictures. Through the Nikon Spirit Initiative, the company, plays an active role in supporting aspiring and advanced photographers through a variety of philanthropic organizations, educational programs, events and workshops. For more information, dial (800) NIKON-US or visit, which links all levels of photographers to the web's most comprehensive photo learning and sharing communities.

Posted by covey22 at 12:35 AM

Fujifilm's Giant Panda Habitat To Open At Smithsonian Zoo

Visitors to the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington DC in October will have the unique opportunity to attend the grand opening of the Giant Panda Habitat as sponsored by Fujifilm.

The exhibit spans across six acres and provides a home for seven different animals including the Giant Panda, sloth bears, fishing cats, clouded leopards, a giant salamander and otters. Built at a cost of USD53 million, the grand opening will be held on October 17th.

Posted by covey22 at 12:09 AM

October 14, 2006

Nikonians News Flash #23


Workshop announcemts galore! Listen in to find out the dates of the upcoming Photoshop and Capture NX workshops offered by Nikonians, as well as the ASMP seminars at Apple Stores. Jessica also informs you of a HardwareZone comparison of the D80 to the Sony A100, a new Capture NX ebook, and the latest from the Nikonians Forums.

Download Nikonians News Flash #23 (NPC-NF-2006-10-14.mp3; 11:03; 10.2MB; MP3 format)

Nikonians News Flash #23: October 14, 2006

In The News:
Nikonians Photoshop and Capture NX workshops are in Washington, D.C. this month. Check the schedule for more information!

The ASMP seminars are coming soon to Apple Stores near you! This month's seminars are in NY (SoHo), Chicago, and SanFrancisco.

Hardwarezone compares Nikon's D80 with Sony's new DSLR, the A100.

Capture NX explained! Nikonian DrJay32 has published an ebook about how to use Capture NX. Find out what people are saying about it and how to download your copy in the forums!

From The Forums:
JayG is looking for an apprenticeship near Staten Island, NY.

Pictures worth seeing: Twilight Tower Bridge and shots from the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta.

Congrats to co-founders JRP and Bo! We've hit the 60,000 member mark!

Check out our FAQ section and impress your friends who ask you to help them choose a camera!

Email me at

Posted by odle2 at 11:39 AM

October 13, 2006

Fantasea Housings for Nikon Coolpix S5 and S8

Fantasea will be releasing a new housing on October 20th for the Nikon Coolpix S5 and S8. The FS-5 casing is rated to 130ft/40m and features full access to all camera controls, plus a built-in Flash Diffuser and Anti-Glare screen for the LCD. MSRP is USD200.

Posted by covey22 at 1:37 AM

NGS Wins Latest Round in Copyright Battle

PDN Online reports that NGS has won the latest round in the copyright battle that started in the late 1990s when the magazine published previously used images on a CD-ROM without paying re-use fees to the photographers. The latest ruling centered around the photographers' contracts which could have contained language that covered such use, but the judge in the proceedings found the content "ambiguous."

Posted by covey22 at 1:25 AM

October 12, 2006

The Image Doctors #25

Jason and Rick discuss the D2/D200 firmware update from Nikon and review Photo Mechanic software.

Download the Image Doctors #25 (NPC-ID-2006-10-12.mp3; 31:52, 11.3MB, mp3 format)

Show Notes
(1:24) D2x/Hs D200 Firmware update available from Nikon
Jason and Rick have installed the version 2.0 firmware updates on their D2x cameras. Find out what's new.

(13:23) Photo Mechanic review. Photo Mechanic is available from
Photo Mechanic is an excellent image management/transfer application available from Camera Bits.

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Posted by drjay32 at 4:21 AM

October 11, 2006

Nikonian Jason Odell explains Capture NX

Congratulations to Nikonian Jason P. Odell, Ph.D on the publication of his new eBook, which is already drawing praise from our members in the Digital postprocessing & workflow forum.
Jason, better known to our members as DrJay32, has prepared a 180-page comprehensive guide for Nikon digital users who wish to use the latest version of Nikon Capture NX. You can follow his Nikonian podcast adventures with the Image Doctors program he shares with Rick Walker by staying tuned to the Nikonians News Blog.

Posted by flashdeadline at 8:22 PM

Sony A100 vs. D80

Have you wondered how the Sony A100 would match up against the Nikon D80?
The Hardwarezone has recently posted their comparison.

Posted by flashdeadline at 6:25 PM

October 9, 2006

Nikon showcasing cameras and craft

Nikonians have their Nikon cameras but on some occasions they need a dose of creativity. If you are looking for some artistic inspiration take a few minutes to check two very interesting links from Nikon. The first, called Discover Nikon, gives us an International approach.
The second, called stunning is Nikon highlights the work of photographers using the Nikon D80 exclusively. Don't forget our Nikonians are also sharing their photos in our Picture I Took and Constructive Critique & Technical Advice forums. We even have you covered if you just want to share your photos of Family and Pets.

Posted by flashdeadline at 3:25 PM

October 8, 2006

Why is this Nikonian smiling?

You would smile too if your name was Pascal Baetens and you just finished a crowd pleasing session of model shooting demonstrations on behalf of Nikonians at the 2006 Photokina in Cologne, Germany. Nikonians co-founders J. Ramón Palacios and Bo Stahlbrandt have thanked the enthusiastic volunteer team for making their first organized appearance at the show a success and are still responding to the many photo-imaging professional contacts, friends, sponsors and advertising partners they met at the Photokina.

Returning home with a large collection of digital images and a long list of new industry professional contacts, JRP barely had time to unpack before making a few more photos available to Nikonians who missed the show, along with a quick look at the highlights, now available online.

The highlights photos include what could be mistaken as an average image of Bo (on the left) and some visitors admiring a tripod. That was no ordinary tripod.
It's called the "Super Gitzo" - and it is a combination of Gitzo Tripod, Markins Ball head, TB Plate, Titanium spikes and our Nikonians Tripod leg wraps by OP/TECH. For a closer look at how it is put together, click here.

JRP and Bo took a few seconds to pose with fellow Nikonians before one of the Pascal Baetens sessions started and then continued to greet visitors, including a number of Nikon representatives from around the world.

There was plenty of work for the Nikonians Team both behind and in front of cameras. Here we have a previously unpublished shot of JRP hefting some serious Nikkor glass.

Meanwhile, Bo met with Andrew Alexander from Imaging Resource who prepared the interview above.
For a look at all the videos prepared by the Imaging Resource staff at the Photokina, click here.

The Nikonians Team also spent quality time with our good friends from LetsGoDigital, Dennis Hissink and Mark Peters, who were working on their Photokina Live Coverage edition.

With the 2006 Photokina successfully completed, Bo and JRP promise a return engagement in 2008, and they hope to see you there.

Posted by flashdeadline at 9:52 PM

NikSecure to the Rescue

Our own NikSecure camera insurance program helped one of our members earlier this year as she was on a world wide trip and her D200 got destroyed. You can read about it in the latest Nikonian eZine #31.

NikSecure covers breakage, damage, theft and loss and starts at $150 USD per year for a coverage of up to $5,000. Detailed information about the program can be found at

Posted by bgs at 2:26 PM

October 7, 2006

Nikonians News Flash #22


This week's News Flash has info on the latest firmware updates from Nikon, this month's online photo assignment, and a couple of "don't miss" photo posts.

Download Nikonians News Flash #22 (NPC-NF-2006-10-07.mp3; 9:57; 9.1MB; MP3 format)

Nikonians News Flash #22: October 7, 2006

In The News:

Firmware updates are out for the D200, the D2X (not the Xs) and the D2Hs.

See our very own Bo Stahlbrandt on YouTube .

From The Forums:

Click here to find out about helping Gil with a wedding in Jacksonville, FL next May.

October's online photo assignment is all about Fall colors.

A few noteworthy pictures:

Final Days of Summer and Who Are You.

Don't forget to drop by the Nikonians Café for a chat.

Find more Nikonains merchandise at our Café Press shop.

Photos without anyone blinking? Find out how in this thread.

One more space left for this year's ANPAT in The Great Smoky Mountains!

Email me at

Posted by odle2 at 10:00 AM

What Happens When Nikon Hands Out D80s?

When the recipients are prolific and talented photographers who happen to be on Flickr, one of the largest social-networking photo sites, well, you get a collection of really outstanding examples of what can be done with a fertile, creative vision and a Nikon camera. Kudos to Nikon for a bit of very innovative guerrilla marketing!

Posted by covey22 at 1:05 AM

Claus Brandt FotoCampus Goes Live

Our very own award-winning Claus Brandt inaugurated his FotoCampus website at Photokina 2006. Featuring instructional courses for all levels as well as his breath-taking photo tours in Europe and Africa, you'll find a great wealth of knowledge to be had. And don't forget to participate in the Mascot Naming Contest - winners receive a coupon worth 150 Euros good towards any of FotoCampus' services.

Posted by covey22 at 12:51 AM

October 5, 2006

Nikonians Viral Video on YouTube

Nikonians has gone viral and hit YouTube, courtesy of our colleagues at Imaging-Resource. See footage of Pascal Baetens' nude shoot and an interview with our very own Bo Stahlbrandt!

Posted by covey22 at 1:42 AM

October 3, 2006

Firmware Updates for Nikon D200, D2X and D2Hs

Nikon has released awaited firmware updates to the top-end Digital SLRs: the D200, D2X (not Xs) and D2Hs.

The D200 receives an update to use the WT-3 wireless transmitter, and Image Authentication capability.

The D2X and the D2Hs have a lot of improvements, including:

H 0.3 (ISO 1000 equivalent), H 0.5 (ISO 1100 equivalent), and H 0.7 (ISO 1250 equivalent) options will be added between the ISO 800 and HI-1 sensitivity settings (D2X only).

Autofocus subject acquisition and tracking capability will be improved.

A "Black-and-white (sRGB)" option will be added to the "Color mode" settings in the shooting menu (D2X only).

An "Image authentication" item will be added to the setup menu. However, the optional Image Authentication Software is required to verify image authenticity.

A "Trim" item will be added to the shooting menu (D2X only).

The "Custom" option in the shooting menu's "Tone compensation" item will be modified so that up to 3 user-defined curves can be downloaded to the camera.

An upgrade of Nikon Capture 4 Camera Control is scheduled to support download of 3 curves to the camera. The optional Camera Control Pro software can also be used to download curves to the camera.

A "Save/load settings" item will be added to the setup menu.

The "Mirror lock-up" item in the setup menu will be modified so that the mirror can be locked in the up position under battery power as well as AC adapter power.

The number of options available for the "Lock-on" item in the Custom Settings menu will be increased to 4: "Long", "Normal", "Short", and "Off".

"Max. sensitivity" and "Min. shutter speed" options will be added to the "ISO auto" item in the Custom Settings menu.

The "Maximum shots (Max No. of shots taken in continuous shooting)" item in the Custom Settings menu will be modified to allow a maximum setting of 60 shots.

The "FUNC. button" in the Custom Settings menu will be divided into two items: "FUNC. button press" and "FUNC. button + command dials" (D2X only).

A "Recent settings" item will be added to the setup menu.

Posted by covey22 at 9:28 PM