The Image Doctors #23

Understanding Exposure: Part 1

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Today we begin the first of a multi-part series exploring digital exposure. We’ll start out with a discussion of just what “proper” exposure really means in a digital world.

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The Image Doctors #22

Holiday Gift Ideas for Photographers

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It’s holiday shopping time again, and we thought we’d bring you some great (and inexpensive) holiday gift ideas for the photographer in your life. You can browse our list of holiday gifts here.

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The Image Doctors #21

Affordable camera systems

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We love high-end gear as much as anyone, but sometimes you want a budget option. Whether it’s for a family member as a gift, or even a backup camera, we take a look at some great deals on camera systems that are (mostly) under $1000 US and include one or more lenses.

Our Recommended Camera Kits for under $1000

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Nikon Z6 & Z7 Firmware Updates

How to update the firmware in a Nikon Z mirrorless camera

Nikon has released updated firmware version C 2.10 for the Z6 and Z7 mirrorless digital cameras. In addition to bug fixes, this firmware update also adds support for the two new DX format Z-mount lenses, the 16-50mm and 50-250mm zooms released with the Nikon Z50 mirrorless camera.

Updating the firmware on a Nikon Z mirrorless camera is fairly straightforward. To do so, you’ll need:

  • A formatted XQD memory card
  • An XQD card reader for your computer
  • A fully charged EN-EL15 battery
  • Nikon firmware update file

After downloading the firmware update, copy the binary (.bin) file to the ROOT (main) directory of the XQD card. Put the card in your camera and navigate to the Firmware Version option in the Z6 or Z7’s SETUP (wrench icon) menu. Follow the on-screen prompts to update your firmware to the current version (currently 2.10).

Updating the firmware in the Nikon Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras

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The Image Doctors #20

Current trends in photography

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This week, Jason & Rick sit down to discuss the current state of the photo industry and trends in photography.

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