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Introducing The Nikon D4! (And Thanks To Our 1st Class Attendees!)

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After months of rumors, Nikon finally introduced last night the long awaited replacement to their top of the line Nikon D3S - The Nikon D4! The Nikon D4 will use a 16.2-megapixel FX-format (aka full-frame) CMOS sensor that can shoot at up to 11 frames per second and capture full 1080p HD video. Here's a rundown of the specs on this camera: • 16.2MP Full-Frame (FX-format) sensor, sized at 36 x 23.9mm • 91,000-pixel sensor dedicated for 3D Color Matrix metering to assist with autofocus and scene recognition • EXPEED 3 image processor • Back-illuminated buttons • 51-point AF System...

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Two Hands, Folks!(What's That #6)

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A  common problem that our mini class attendees have when using their cameras is  ‘camera shake’. That's when images come out out of focus or blurry – usually because the camera wasn't held still enough when the shutter is pressed. It's most prominent when shots are taken in low light situations &  the shutter is open for lower shutter speeds . Even the smallest movement of the camera can cause that and the only sure way to eliminate it is with a tripod. Wait, you say...Isn't that what image stabilzation's for? Well, the built in stablization programs in current cameras do help in steadying the camera...

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Thanks to all our class attendees!

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As we end of our week of introductory classes co-sponsored by Nikon & Canon, we want to thank all of our attendees and hope you learned a bit more about your cameras, how to use them and above all, had fun! We also want to give a big shout out to our instructors, Chris Knapp from Nikon (pictured here) and Rick Berk from Canon for sharing their expertise. Thanks as well to the hearty souls who came out on Thursday night for our point & shoot mini class. If you missed out or couldn't attend this time around, no worries! We hope to...

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