Here’s a calculator for the angles of view from lenses on digital camera sensors, as well as angle of view charts for common focal lengths. And an explanation of why the diagonal angle of view maters more than you might think.
With a fast maximum aperture combined with a short telephoto, the Nikon AF-S 85mm ƒ/1.4G offers wonderful opportunities for isolating a subject from its background and shooting in low light. Here’s my take on it.
The Nikon D3500 isn’t compatible with standard external intervalometers. So it’s not practical to shoot a long timelapse sequence of photos natively. But there is still a way to shoot timelapse with a D3500 by connecting it to a computer and using a software intervalometer. Here’s how.
Here’s a guide on how to reset a Nikon D3500 back to factory settings. This can be useful if you’re troubleshooting an issue, selling or trading-in your D3500, or just want to start again with a clean slate of settings.
There is a little trick to what kind of memory cards the Nikon D500 takes. That’s because of a tweak that Nikon made with a firmware update to add CFexpress B compatibility to the XQD memory card slot.
I’ve been out shooting with the Nikon D3400. Here’s a collection of images taken across the D3400’s ISO range (ISO 100 through ISO 25600) to give a sense of how it performs under low light conditions at high ISOs.
The Nikon D7500 has built-in virtual horizon tools that provide a more precise alternative to the old-fashioned bubble level method of making sure you’re shooting level. Here’s how to use the three different versions of it.
For the past few months I’ve been shooting a Vello BG-N7 battery grip on a Nikon D810. It retails for only a fraction of the cost of Nikon’s own battery grip. Here’s my hands-on review of the Vello grip.
If you’ve just bought yourself a Nikon D3400, or even if you’ve had one for a while and are looking to make use of more of its features, here’s a quick rundown of what I think are the best books on using this camera.
The Nikon D3400 is Nikon’s entry-level DSLR. I’ve been out shooting with it. Here’s a selection of high-resolution photos I’ve taken with it to give a sense of what you can expect under real-world shooting conditions.
I’ve been out shooting with the Nikon D5300 DSLR with a Nikon NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. It’s a versatile combination, especially for something like travel photography. Here’s a selection of images I’ve taken with it to give a sense of how it performs under real-world shooting conditions.
Many cameras come with an AC battery charger. But charging from a USB power source can be far more convenient when you’re traveling. The good news is that there are USB chargers out there for the batteries used in common camera models, even if you have to hunt a little to find them.