I’ve gotten some really nice feedback from some customers who recently purchased my PDF book, The Photographer’s Guide to Silver Efex Pro.
Here’s an excerpt of one message I got the other day:
“Thank you for this wonderful book. I’m only on page 48, but what I’ve learned is considerable, even though I’ve used SEP for some time now. You do very good work!”
“Wonderful manual. I got your NX and NX2 manuals as well”
Thanks to everyone for all the positive comments!
Chalk this one up to the unexpected. Nikon today announced an update to the Coolpix line, offering three new models. I don’t usually get excited by any of the Nikon Coolpix announcements, because they still miss the mark when it comes to offering something that a pro photographer might consider when traveling on vacation. But Nikon does seem to be getting creative with their gimmicks, features.
The Coolpix S1000pj
is the first digital camera to offer a built in projector
. Yep, you heard me right– even I had to read that one twice and make sure it wasn’t lack of caffeine driving me to see funny things in the press release. A projector. In a camera. Packing a not so mighty 10 lumens, you won’t be using this to light up an auditorium for your next photo exposition. But it is interesting!
The Coolpix S1000pj also includes “hybrid VR”– a combination of lens and sensor shift to maximize image stabilization, a 28-140mm equivalent lens, and packs 12 megapixels.
So, if you are a multimedia freak and enjoy slide shows on the go, here’s your Coolpix!
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Nikon has officially announced two new cameras and lenses available later this summer and fall. The following products were announced last night:
advanced DX format DSLR
Read my thoughts after the jump.
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