Nikon D5000

Nikkor 24-120mm f4 (vs Nikkor 18-200mm VR in quick lens sharpness comparison test)

June 6, 2011

I’ve been a happy user of Nikon’s 1st generation Nikkor 18-200mm VR f3.5-5.6 DX lens since I got it for my Nikon D5000 shortly after I purchased the D5000. However, I quickly learned that a fast prime was a must so I also purchased the Nikkor 35mm f1.8 AF-S, which is an amazing (and cheap) […]

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5 reasons NOT to replace your Nikon D5000 with the new D7000

October 15, 2010

A few days ago we looked into five reasons to replace your Nikon D5000 with the new Nikon D7000 – today it’s time to look into five reasons not to replace your D5000. Let me be honest, it was a lot tougher for me to find “don’t do it”-reasons than to find “do it”-reasons. If […]

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5 reasons to replace your Nikon D5000 with the new D7000

October 11, 2010

The new Nikon D7000 annonced a month ago is a very interesting looking camera for enthusiasts photographers and probably also newcomers to DSLR in general. But with a price tag of $1,199 at Amazon US and £1,029 at Amazon UK (body only), is it worth upgrading to Nikon D7000 if you, like me, already own […]

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Nikon D5000 – 15 Tips & Tricks [Video]

September 24, 2010

I’m still very much enjoying my Nikon D5000 which I purchased in November 2009 as being the first DSLR camera I ever owned. But it does have a few flaws (depending on the user and the user’s need), for me they are: No auto-focus in live view video recording mode, meaning you have to manual […]

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Nikon introduces a new mouth watering DSLR camera: D7000

September 15, 2010

Yesterday I was working myself to come up with reasons I do not need Nikons new 55-300mm VR lens. Today I got myself a much bigger task at hand because Nikon has introduced their new D7000 camera which has everything I miss about my current D5000. I can’t really cover everything about this camera in […]

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Photographing Lightning [pictures included]

September 10, 2010

Last night we had some thunderstorms over Malta with a good amount of lightning as well and I’ve always wanted to get a really great shot of a lightning strike, so I figured I might as well begin to practice and figure out how to do it. At first I stepped outside on the patio […]

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“I Can Stalk U” – Raising Awareness About Inadvertent Information Sharing

July 20, 2010

As if wasn’t enough, has also launched a website to take advantage of the geo location information that people inadvertently shares online, mainly focusing on Twitter tweets. presents a twitter feed on their front page with the title “What are people really saying in their tweets?” – instead of showing the actual […]

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Nikon D5000 DSLR Review – 6 Months After Purchase

July 14, 2010

It’s been more than six months since I purchased my first Digital SLR camera, the Nikon D5000, a camera that recently won the reddot design award 2010. If you’re looking for in-depth Nikon D5000 reviews, check out these great ressources. They do a much better job at reviewing cameras, than I would ever be able […]

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Old School Photo Challenge by Scott Kelby

May 28, 2010

Scott Kelby came up with this fantastic idea on how to increase your creativity by limiting yourself to “shooting old school” and helping out an orphanage in Kenya at the same time. Nowadays, most people are used to shooting digital with their cameras – and some of us, never even tried to shoot film on […]

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Nikon Wins Two “red dot Design Awards” 2010

May 16, 2010

I follow Nikon a bit from the sideline, since I’m a Nikon  shooter myself. Not a pro or anything, I’ve only had my Nikon DSLR since November 2009 but I already invested quite a bit of money into this photography hobby and I’m really enjoying it so far. That’s why, when I saw that Nikon […]

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Video & Pictures: Pope’s Visit to Naxxar, Malta

April 17, 2010

Pope Benedit XVI is in Malta this weekend, visiting during April 17-18th, 2010. He landed at Malta International Airport at around 5pm and after all the formal stuff was taken care of, he drove around in his Popemobile to greet people, on his way to other destinations. I figured, since I was only a walk […]

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Apple Released Aperture 3 = Lots Of Problems !!!

February 16, 2010

Last week, Apple released Aperture 3 for Macintosh. The newest version in their range of “pro” applications, this one aimed at pro photographers, but amateurs who wants something more than what iPhoto can give them, are of course also welcome to use Aperture. As you might have read, I recently got myself my first DSLR […]

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Lowepro CompuTrekker AW Camera Bag, Nikon D5000 & MacBook Pro 15″

February 1, 2010

I recently replaced my Lowepro SlingShot 350 AW camera and laptop bag with the Lowepro CompuTrekker AW bag, which for me, is a far better choice. If my SlingShot 350 didn’t break, I probably wouldn’t have replaced it with the CompuTrekker. But it did and I’m glad to have an ordinary backpack available, since it […]

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Lowepro Slingshot 350 AW Camera Bag & MacBook Pro 15″ Unibody

January 26, 2010

If you own an Apple MacBook Pro 15″ unibody laptop and you’re considering a Lowepro Slingshot 350AW bag for your camera and laptop, you might want to read this first… The thing is, the Slingshot 350 AW is a great bag. I really enjoyed mine, most of the time, for the full two days I […]

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Zooming In With The Tamron 70-300mm & Nikon D5000

January 10, 2010

A few days ago I recieved a Tamron A17 70-300mm lens for my Nikon D5000. The full name is Tamron AF70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Macro. I don’t know enough about DSLR shooting to determine whether or not the lens is any good, but for the price of less than $200, I’m quite satisfied with it. […]

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Friday Flick Find: Chase Jarvis’ 5 Tips for Exceptional Photographs

December 4, 2009

A few weeks ago in Friday Flick Find, I featured a video from Justine Ezarik, showing us how she shot a video for the Nikon Festival where you can win $100,000 by showing 140 seconds of your life as seen through the lens of a camera. Justine Ezarik is one of the three judges and […]

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