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December 18, 2014

Nikonians.org introduces new eZine

Nikonians.org official electronic publication, The Nikonian, just got a notable upgrade. Not only did the design change significantly, improving the readability and aesthetics, it also includes an important new feature - from now on you will be able to view full size images.

arrowImages with this option are marked with an arrow icon in the top right corner. Simply click on the image or the arrow to open the full size version in your browser.

Issue #57 features 89 pages, including the ANPAT special ? 53 pages by 18 photographers, who attended this year?s ANPAT. Here?s a preview of the new design:

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ANPAT 2014 Images

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The new Nikonian will be available for free to Silver, Gold and Platinum members at ezine.nikonians.org. Single issues will be purchasable through our new apps for iOS and Android, which will be launched soon. Previous editions remain in the archive and in the apps for free.

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December 17, 2014

The 20mm f/1.8G AF-S FX Nikkor Review

Nikon continues to progress in the design and performance of its lenses as shown here for the newest 20mm lens versus the previous design and the current best Nikon (zoom) lens which can also take a photo at 20mm. It is remarkable, to say the least. Read more and see how it performed in the test.

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December 8, 2014

Nikonian Northern Exposure #19

Seeing the World through Allen Myers

allenGetting out in Wolfville in November I met Allen Myers who was in town for the Devour Film Festival in Wolfville. Allen's film Col Di Rocca was shown, made in Vendemmai Italia. Allen was hanging up his outdoor exhibit which immediately caught my attention! Allen Myers is a unique and talented photographer, film maker, writer and humanitarian. On January 15th, 2006, he made a life changing decision to change something in the world. With a backpack of clothes, a camera and a journal he headed to Turino Italy which was the first of many destinations.

nomadsight_travel_photography_motion_3The artistry and vision of his work takes shape as he weaves himself into the communities in which he discovers. He works with, lives with and feels with the peoples he later captures on film and in stories. Nomadsight is a temporary street art instalment of world photography, it moves from city to city and in the manner grows in its collection. Nomasight.com is a photography travel blog about Allen's global adventures.

Supported by the loving people of the earth, these photographs tell the stories.
~ Allen Myers

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Nikon D750 Initial Impressions - User Review

Mike Hagen looks at Nikon's newest DSLR camera and tests it in sports photography and beyond. Look at his observations and what made him say, that "there is so much to like, that I am officially giving it one of my highest camera recommendations ever."

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December 3, 2014

New Think Tank backpacks for Nikon systems

Think Tank Photo just announced that its new Perception backpacks for Nikon D5300 systems are now available. The Perception series comes in two colors, black and taupe, and three sizes.

The smallest size, The Perception Tablet?, accommodates a Nikon D5300 with 18?55 kit lens attached + 50mm f/1.8. The largest size, the Perception Pro?, holds a 15" laptop and a 10" tablet, plus a Nikon D5300 with 18?55 kit lens attached + 70?300mm f/4?5.6 + 50mm f/1.8 + 100mm (or 105mm) macro + flashPlus.

In addition, Think Tank is offering holiday specials on two of its most innovative products. You will save 30% on its My 2nd Brain ?mobile office? bags for Apple laptops and iPads and 20% on its Suburban Disguise full-featured shoulder bag specifically designed to accommodate standard-size DSLR systems.

Remember that when you order using our link, you will receive free gear with these and all orders of $50 or more. And, as always, you receive free FedEx Ground shipping.

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