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Nikon D3 Digital SLR Review

Nikon D3 Review

In August 2007, Nikon unveiled the D3 Pro DSLR. A camera so monstrous, we should technically be scared of it. Ian Andrews puts it to the test.

From £3,399.00Added: 31st January 2008 | Brand: Nikon

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Nikon Creative Light System  Review

Nikon Creative Light System

Added: 8th February 2007 | Brand: Nikon
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Hoodman H-RAV Universal Right Angle Finder  Review

Hoodman H-RAV Universal Right Angle Finder

Peter Bargh likes shooting Fungi. This pastime causes viewing problems when down at ground level, which is why he's taking a look through the new H-RAV Universal Right Angle Finder from Hoodman.

From £99.99Added: 25th October 2007 | Brand: Hoodman
Capture One LE  Review

Capture One LE

Shooting in RAW opens up new possibilities for digital photographers. It allows complete control over colour balance, tone and contrast. Because the information in the original RAW file is never altered, it is a also completely non-destructive process.

Added: 7th April 2006
Apple Aperture 1.1  Review

Apple Aperture 1.1

Added: 20th June 2006 | Brand: Apple
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Capture One PRO  Review

Capture One PRO

Having already taken a look at Phase One's budget RAW processing solution, Capture One LE, Gary Wolstenholme turns his attention to Capture One PRO to see if the extra cost is justified by the additional features.

Added: 11th April 2006
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