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 how to use the built-in Wi-Fi of your Nikon camera, plus features on the vibration reduction settings on Nikkor lenses, and how these are optimised for normal and action shooting. This week there's also news of an interactive show at Castle Cameras featuring Nikon Pro Rob MacNeice, so be sure to take a look at the news section for more information.
Over on Totally Tamron
, there are techniques on using lens flare creatively, plus features taking a look at top seascape photography recently uploaded by Tamron users. Tamron launched a new version on their website this wee too, that's mobile friendly and features a lens selector, so be sure to head over there and check it out.
There are techniques on how best to use the soft focus filter
on Olympus Image Space
this week, plus take a look at some top insect photos recently uploaded in the features section. There is also news of May's edition of Olympus magazine, which is free to read online, plus there were firmware upgrades released for the OM-D E-M10 and OM-D E-M1 this week, so be sure to take a look at the news section to find out more.
On Pentax Portal
this week, you can learn how to take better car photography with your Pentax kit, plus take a look at the features section where you can take a look at the WG-4 rugged camera in action in a video from Ricoh. There's also news this week of the Pentax 645Z's first appearance in the UK, and an opportunity for you to get hands-on with it, so take a look at the news section to get all the latest.
You can learn how to photograph historical buildings effectively on Samsung NX Generation
this week, plus there's a feature focussing on the Samsung S 16-50mm lens, the latest premium lens. There are two new reviews this week, of the WB1100F and WB2200F, the latest bridge cameras from Samsung, the latter featuring a dual grip design, so be sure to have a read if you're in the market for a new bridge camera.
On EIZO ColorZone
this week, you can learn more about the EIZO ColorEdge range in the features section, plus there are techniques on setting the right light source colour temperature, bettering a colour management environment, and lots more. There's news this week of EIZO attending Calumet Photographic's spring events, too.