NIKON 2215 AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f 1 8G ED Lens

NIKON 2215 AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G ED Lens

Unleash the power of your high-resolution Nikon HD-SLR. The AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G ED draws maximum definition and image quality from Nikon’s high-pixel-count image sensors for truly dazzling photos and HD videos. It brings the outstanding optical characteristics of AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.4G to Nikon’s f/1.8 FX-format prime lens collection, which includes 28mm, 50mm and 85mm versions. With 63° of coverage, ED and AS glass elements for outstanding contrast and minimal distortion, Nikon’s innovative Silent Wave Motor for fast, quiet, precise autofocusing and a lightweight, compact design, the AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G ED is an outstanding choice for your photo or HD video applications.

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Back Button Focus Using Nikon AF-ON Button

What is Back Button Focus?
Back Button Focus is an alternative method of camera control that separates the functions of shutter release and focus from a single button to two buttons. The shutter release is used solely to activate the shutter and take a picture. The function of focus is transferred to a button on the back of a camera hence the name “Back Button Focus” or “Back Button Autofocus“. Continue ReadingBACK BUTTON FOCUS A GAME CHANGER

Elinchrom D-Lite RX 4 Studio Flash

Elinchrom D-Lite RX 4 Studio Flash

D-Lite RX studio flash is the entry range of the Elinchrom studio flash family. Whether you are new to lighting, already have speedlights or just want to take your photography to the next level, the D-lite RX series provides all you need. Ideal for small business applications, portraiture and for everyone interested in the art and creativity of lighting, these Swiss designed and tested units will not only give many years of satisfactory service and pleasure, but also allow the upgrade to more advanced units when you are ready. Continue ReadingElinchrom D-Lite RX 4 Studio Flash

Photography My Year In Review 2017

DSLRPRO Year In Review 2017

It’s a cold rainy Saturday December 23, 2017, I’m sitting in my recliner pondering 2017 from a career, business and photography perspective. In many ways all three are intertwined. My day job is a 9-5 where I’m Director of IT and Technical Maintenance Manager and nearly every other waking moment is occupied by my family of recreation and technical websites. Through a series of unfortunate events and now desperate decisions by the ownership I believe that fate of the day job is not looking good for myself, my girl and my coworkers. My own website businesses are on the decline because while most do not realize it the internet has become pay to play and the voices of regular folks Continue ReadingPhotography My Year In Review 2017