Wednesday, April 25, 2012

New Lightning, Sound, Laser Trigger for the Nikon D90!

This is one cool new product for the D90. A multi-trigger for capturing lighting, waterdrops, and more!

NERO is a versatile device for photographers to take special photographs by triggering their SLRs or external flashes. The device has been designed based on microcontroller technology. It is equipped with built-in light, laser and sound sensors, also incorporates a timer for flexible control of timelapse photography.

  • Lightning Trigger
  • Sound Trigger
  • Sound Trigger with Lock
  • Time Lapse (1-10 secs)
  • Time Lapse (1-10 mins)
  • Laser Trigger with Delay
  • Laser Trigger with MultiShot
  • Long Exposure
  • Super Bulb
  • Manuel Trigger

  • Read More Here at there Website

    Thursday, April 19, 2012

    The Best Item on the D90 Menu (That you probably don't even know about)

    I'm sure that you've closely examined all of the Main Menus on the back of the D90. They are all laid out there in sequence top to bottom: Playback Menu, Shooting Menu, Custom Setting Menu, Setup Menu, Retouch Menu and toward the bottom is the Recent Settings Menu. But there are sub-menus buried under sub-menus (some I am sure I have never found) so if you haven't discovered the My Menu, don't feel like you are The Lone Ranger.

    My Menu is where you can save other menu settings that you use and might need to change frequently. By saving them in My Menu, you don't have to click and scroll from one main menu to another and then to a sub-menu and another sub-menu - and on and on.

    Go to the Recent Settings/My Menu on the left (the bottom main menu above the question mark). When you click it will show all of your recent changes to all of the menus. Hidden at the bottom of the list is Choose Tab. If you select Choose Tab and click OK, you will see My Menu and click on it. Now you have your own personal menu where you can add the settings that you need to access or change most often. At this point, you can click on Add Items which will bring up the five main menus and allow you to go to the sub-menus and add your settings to your list. Once you add a few items you can change the order in which they are listed or remove something if you decide in the future that it isn't as important as you once thought.

    Now, just when you think life with your D90 couldn't get any better - if you find yourself using your My Menu often, try reassigning a designated button on your D90 to take you directly to My Menu so you can access your selected settings quickly. I reassigned my FN button which I wasn't using (found on the right front under the autofocus assist light) so that when I push the FN button, the first item on My Menu list pops up on the screen. You can reassign the FN button or one of several other buttons by going to the Custom Settings menu / Controls sub-menu and find Assign FUNC button (or one of the other buttons you don't use) and find Access Top Item on My Menu and click OK. Now every time you push your designated button, My Menu will pop up and you can scroll backwards through My Menu to other items you have saved as important.

    I have AF-Area Mode as my first assigned item so I can change it quickly without searching. Among other selections, I also have Assign AE-L/AF-L button, Focus Point Wrap Around and Battery Info on My Menu.

    Take a look and give My Menu a try and tell us what you put on your My Menu. I think once you use it you will be glad you found out about it.
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    Wednesday, April 4, 2012

    New Nikon D90 Book - Everything You Need to Know!

    Nikon D90: Everything You Need to Know About the Camera Including Features, Optional Accessories, Reception and More [Paperback]

    No reviews yet on this new book but I thought I'd post it since it is about the Nikon D90.

    This is the perfect guide for everyone, especially those who are interested in learning about Nikon D90 which is a 12.3 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera model by Nikon. Read about features, optional accessories, reception and more. This book will provide you with substantial information about the camera and allow you to keep up with photography enthusiasts.

    Project Webster represents a new publishing paradigm, allowing disparate content sources to be curated into cohesive, relevant, and informative books. To date, this content has been curated from Wikipedia articles and images under Creative Commons licensing, although as Project Webster continues to increase in scope and dimension, more licensed and public domain content is being added. We believe books such as this represent a new and exciting lexicon in the sharing of human knowledge.

    Paperback: 174 pages
    Publisher: Webster's Digital Services (February 28, 2012)
    Language: English

    Check it out Here