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August 4, 2023

Getting too old for lugging all that gear?

bangkok_paul_cameras-110.jpgMember mklass is thinking about selling his "trinity" of great Z Nikkor glass and replace with something lighter.

What are you currently lugging around? Is weight an issue for you? Maybe more so with getting a bit more mature?

Ever so often we are discussing how to go lighter, without losing too much image quality. Now we have a great take on this evergreen, so please do join in our discussion on this in the Nikonians Café

Image of member Bangkok Paul with some of his gear

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You may also be interested in our articles on Hand-Holding technique:
Long lens hand-holding technique
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Posted by bgs at 11:18 AM

August 2, 2023

Behind the image

mklass-490290-110.jpgHow was that great Editor's Choice image you see on Nikonians homepage made? Which steps did the photographer take to achieve it? Are there any tips and tricks to be learnt?

We have a specific forum where the photographers talk about how they created their image which was selected as Editor's Choice of the day. We believe you will find lots of interesting aspects being discussed and hopefully lots of things to learn in the Behind the Image forum.


Image by mklass, which he discuss in detail in his Behind the Image post.

Posted by bgs at 3:08 PM

Nikon Z9 Setup Guide

z-9-34-l-110.pngA new version of the comprehensive Nikon Z9 Setup Guide has been published.

Member Ned_L has created a comprehensive Nikon Z9 setup guide.

Ned comments: "I think you'll find that what's most valuable in my guide are the notes of why I've made specific settings, problems with some settings in specific situations and problems encountered when settings interact with each other, as well as undocumented information, information not found in Nikon's reference guide and supplemental reference guide."


Thanks for sharing this great work with all of us in the community, Ned!

The guide can be downloaded as PDF.

Posted by bgs at 1:27 PM