Here's a roundup of the new and exclusive content on ePHOTOzine's Micro-Sites this week:
On Nikon Nation this week, there are techniques on using Motion Snapshot on your Nikon 1 camera and what to capture using the mode, while over in the features section you can find out more about the newly released Nikon 1 cameras including the 1 J4 and the 1 S2. The Nikon 1 J4 review went live this week, as well as news of how you can become Nikon's cover star in August.
Over on Totally Tamron this week there are lots of tips for a woodland walk with your Tamronzoom lens, plus in techniques there's an article focusing on the Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC lens, so you can find out more about it. Make sure you keep up to date with Tamron's Facebook feed, which is embedded into the site, too, as well as David Pritchard's the days zoom past blog.
There are 8 underwater photography questions answered on Pentax Portal this week, as well as an article on how to still take photos and enjoy a family break at the same time. Pentax is sponsoring Photo Month in July, so be sure to check out a Pentax themed article every day on the Photo Month calendar which can be found in the features section. There's also news this week of the Pentax 645Z's weatherproof capabilities being tested to the limit, to be sure to take a look at the news section too.
On Samsung NX Generation this week, there are tips on photographing beach huts with Samsung kit, plus, there's a list of Samsung kit that you shouldn't be without on your holiday in the features section. Keep up to date with all the latest from Samsung by taking a look at their facebook and Twitter feeds, which are available to view through NX Generation.
There are points to consider when purchasing a monitor in the EIZO ColorZone techniques section this week, plus be sure to catch up on all the latest features, including what EIZO monitor you should use as a hobbyist and an interview with animal photographer Tim Flach. Don't forget that you have the opportunity to ask EIZO experts a question in our forum this week, so check out the news section for more information on that.