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Nikon's Z6 II, Z7 II are getting 1.10 firmware update with 4K60p shooting, improved Eye AF and Blackmagic Raw

Nikon USA has announced it will release pair of firmware updates for its Z6 II and Z7 II mirrorless camera systems on February 25. The updates add, amongst bug fixes and other improvements, the ability to shoot 4K video at 60 frame per second (fps), Blackmagic Raw recording and improved Eye-AF performance. Firmware version 1.10 for both the Z6 II and Z7 II will bring 4K UHD video recording…
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Software Can Turn Lightroom or Aperture Catalogs into Luminar Catalogs

Avalanche is a photo migration software by developer Cyme that can be used to convert one photo catalog into another without losing any data. Today it announced compatibility with Skylum Luminar 4 and AI, allowing Lightroom, Aperture, and soon Capture One catalogs to be turned into Luminar catalogs. Avalanche says that its software will analyze existing catalogs and safely migrate the images…
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Nikon develops 1"-type square CMOS sensor that can capture HDR video at 1,000 fps

Nikon Japan has announced (machine-translated) it’s developed a 17.84-megapixel 1”-type stacked CMOS image sensor that can capture high dynamic range video at up to 1,000 frames per second. Nikon is known to use Sony sensors in a number of its imaging products, but it also develops its own sensor technology. Case in point is this new 1”-type stacked CMOS sensor, which offers…
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Nikon Unveils 1-Inch Sensor That Can Shoot 1,000 FPS in 4K

Nikon has announced the development of a 17.84 million pixel, 1-inch stacked CMOS sensor that can shoot “high-resolution images” at up to 1,000 frames per second in shoot 4K and promises a particularly impressive wide dynamic range. The announcement comes after its initial unveiling at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco on February 15. Nikon says that while it…
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